The Best Beaches In Australia
Australia offers around 12.000 stretches of sand. It's hard to choose but we can help you a little.
Here is our TOP 5 selection of Aussie beaches.
1. Bondi Beach ( TOP Urban Beach )
here, you can not only spend your time watching people because there're loads of them. This cult beach, found in the late 19th century is one of the most famous surf spots around Sydney.
During the Olympic Games in 2000, the Vollyball matches took place at Bondi Beach.
2. Nudey Beach (TOP Coral Beach)
On Fitzroy Island in Queensland, about a 45 minute boat ride from the Cairns mainland, this stunning island is surrounded by the beautiful coral wildlife of the Great Barrier Reef. Also made for those who want to experience the GBR with only a low budget at their disposal.
3. Wineglass Bay ( TOP Picturesque Beach )
In Freycinet National Park, at the east coast of Tasmania, the most southern state of Australia, you find the beauty of nature in its perfection. - pearl white sand spreading along a sickle shaped beach, leading to sapphire blue water.
Wineglass Bay is said to be one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.
4. Cossies Beach, Cocos (Keeling) Islands ( TOP Historic Beach with Wi-Fi )
In 1836, naturalist Sir Charles Darwin landed on the beach and he declared it 'heavenly'.
Rich of fish, corals, reef sharks, huge wrasse and parrotfish, the Island can be safely snorkelled and even offers its visitors Wi-Fi access.
5. Burleigh Heads Beach (TOP Water Sports Beach)
In the city of Gold Coast in Queensland, you find this perfect beach, made for all sorts of water sports.
With its huge waves, it's a paradise for surfers.
If you haven't already packed your suitcase, it's about time!