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10 Most Irresistible Beaches in Australia

Of all the beautiful beaches in the world, Australia boasts some of the most unique ones to visit. This is a compilation of 10 of Australia’s top beaches if a vacation is planned to the “Land Down Under.”

1.         Whitehaven Beach (Airlie Beach, Australia): A distinct white and turquoise contrast of sand and water set it above the rest. It is rated among the top 5 beaches in the world.

2.         Turquoise Bay (Exmouth, Australia: Boast one of the few family friendly terrain on a Continent filled with surfing spots. This is the ideal location for families with small children.

3.         Cable Beach (Bromme, Australia): This is a rustic and untamed side to Australian beach life. Rated among the best in the world based on its lovely sunsets and sunrises. The water is not as surf friendly like those of neighboring Gold Coast in Queensland, but still facilitate a great swimming and picturesque adventure.

4.         Burleigh Heads Beach (Burleigh, Australia): A site that provides a mixture of grassland mixed seamlessly with sandy seashores. The city of Burliegh sits quietly in the backdrop.

5.         Byron Bay (Byron Bay Australia): Of all the beaches on the Continent, this one strikes a perfect balance between low tide surfing and a tranquil swimming and beach experience.

6.         Coolangatta Beach (Coolangatta, Australia): This beach also shares a renowned surfing legacy like the beaches of the Gold Coast. So if you seek big surfing waves you this need to visit Coolangatta.

7.         Manly Beach (Sydney, Australia): If u can’t survive too far from the city but still want to get your feet wet, then this is the perfect setting.

8.         Palm Beach (Sydney, Australia): The Boat House and Lighthouse of Palm Beach ranks among the top family beach setting. A visit to Australia would not be complete without a visit to Palm Beach.

9.         Four Mile Beach (Port Douglas, Australia): Beauty and privacy are synonymous at this remote location.

10.        Cottesloe Beach (Perth, Australia): Sculptures on the beach, a beautiful sunset in the background and waves breaking on sandy shoreline. Swimming is no longer a primary concern.


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