The Top Five Beaches in Australia
Rain or shine, there are five Australian beaches that will blow your mind away and this week, Bravofly lets you know just what they are!
The Most Unique Tourist Destination in the World
The great thing about Australia is that the sun is always beaming down. Take a trip down under in summer or winter, and you’ll be greeted by sun-drenched vistas and epic scenery which’ll blow your mind. It really is the most unique tourist destination in the world.
Saying that, one of this southern hemisphere country’s most startling attractions has to be its beaches. With stretches of white sand that never end, wave upon wave of brilliant azure waters and the world’s most famous surf culture, Australian beaches really do have it all.
Bravofly’s Pick of Beaches Down Under
So you’re obviously not going to miss a chance to check out some of the planet’s most breath taking shores when you drag your friends down under, but you only have a set time. You can’t visit them all, so we suggest you at least take the chance to visit one of these top five outstanding beaches in the land on the other side of the world:
1) Bondi Beach: Arguably, one of Australia’s most famous stretches of sand, Bondi Beach has to be seen to be believed. A particular highlight has to be its surf scene; the equal of anywhere else on the globe. If you’re in Sydney, take your friends down and ride the waves for yourself!
2) Whitehaven Beach; This heavenly stretch of sand is often touted as the most beautiful beach in Australia. It’s easy to see why. The Queensland beach is practically magazine ready, with silica sand (which means it never gets too hot – perfect for the kids) and a series of coves, lagoons and inlets which provide the perfect day of adventure for you and your friends!
3) Cable Beach: Want to get away from the hustle and bustle of beach tourism? Cable Beach, which touches the Indian Ocean in Western Australia province, is the place for you. Although it’s slowly becoming commercialised, it’s still basically the most untouched beach on the island-nation, and is particularly famous for its heart-stopping sunsets.
4) Burleigh Heads Beach: The Gold Coast of Queensland is known for its touristy beaches, but Burleigh Heads Beach is the exception to the rule. It’s the perfect place to take the kids for a little fun in the sun, with stellar surfing conditions, epic sands and a number of winding walking tracks that’ll provide hours upon hours of fun!
5) Wineglass Bay: If you’ve taken a trip away from the mainland to sample the delights of Tasmania, then you have to stop by Wineglass Bay. Arguably the most photogenic shoreline in the world, it has an abundance of activities – exploring rock pools, kayaking, snorkelling, surfing etc. and you’re sure to have the experience of a lifetime!