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7 Most Popular Beach Holiday Destinations Around Australia

Australia is home to some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches – making it a hotspot for beach lovers around the globe. If you want your next holiday to be a special one, then get your bucket list ready and jot down these beaches.

Wondering which ones that you shouldn’t miss? Check them out below!

Bells Beach

Bells Beach

Love surfing? Then head to Victoria where the powerful surfs sweep Bells Beach, making it the perfect location for the Rip Curl Pro Surf Competition. Also, the exposed reefs, high cliffs and point breaks can be spotted, making it an ultimate spot for thrill seekers.

Cable Beach

When in Broome, don’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime! Cable Beach is known worldwide for its Sunset Camel Rides.

Experience the stunning view of the sun kissing the Indian ocean goodnight while you ride on Broome’s friendly camels. Remember, that only taking one of the available Broome tours can make it possible for the magical adventure to begin.

Lizard Island

Staying in this part of Queensland may be pricey for some.  However, with only one accommodation provider to accommodate you on one of Australia’s most secluded beaches, every dollar spent is worth it!

Experience a one of a kind island getaway where fantastic snorkelling diving spots are waiting for you to explore at the Great Barrier Reef’s Eastern side, all while your private villa awaits your return.

Sunshine Beach

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Once known as Golden Beach, you’ll get to enjoy a lazy walk on the beach or an early morning tea. The not-so-crowded beach is an ideal setting for a romantic picnic and a dip in the salt water. A quick hike up the Noosa National Park will give the best views of the Sunshine Coast.

Get the chance to meet koalas, Wallum froglets and other animals in their natural habitat while at the park.

Turquoise Bay

If you’re looking for sparkling white sand and crystal-clear waters, then Turquoise Bay is for you! Swim in its calm waters or snorkel in its safe and shallow waters. Swim with Manta Rays, turtle, dolphins and other marine species along the colourful coral reefs. Conventional beach babies are more likely to appreciate the tranquil waters that this side of Australia has to offer.

Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach earned its spot thanks to its pristine white sand that stretches up to seven kilometres off of Whitsunday Island. If you love snorkelling, then the crystal-clear water would mesmerise you to dive right into the waters.

It’s no wonder why this beach is one of the most Instagram-worthy beaches in Australia.

Wineglass Bay

Located within Freycinet National Park in Tasmania, Wineglass Bay will make every Instagram fan drool with it picture-perfect scenery. It is a clam-shaped beach with turquoise waters and pink granite mountains, making it look like it came straight out of a magazine.

Some of the excellent activities you can do on this side of Australia is hiking, swimming, snorkelling, kayaking and wildlife spotting.

There you have it – our top picks of Australian beaches you wouldn’t want to miss this year. You’re sure to have a memorable holiday when you visit at least one of these hot beaches.

Give yourself a break, book your accommodation and head over to these magnificent beaches as soon as you can!

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Created and runs the Holiday Point travel brand, incorporating a network of 9 location based travel information and attraction websites around Australia. With 15 years of online experience, Michael not only writes content for the website and is the face of social media, he also tinkers behind the scenes with the website functionality & design.

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