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#1. Whitehaven Beach
#2. Cable Beach
#3. Burleigh Heads Beach
Gold Coast, QLD
Burleigh Heads, or simply Burleigh to locals, sits like a cool comma between Surfers Paradise to the north and Coolangatta to the south. It’s a picturesque punctuation mark along the Gold Coast and most definitely somewhere to pause.
Let’s start with the beach, which enjoys dual popularity with those who like to swim in her protected waters and those who love to surf around the headland. On a day when it might be a little choppy everywhere else along the Coast, you can bet your bottom dollar there’s a protected corner at Burleigh in which to dip.
#4. Noosa Main Beach
Sunshine Coast, QLD
Noosa Main Beach is the premier beach in the Noosa area. The waves here are rarely over one metre high, and the flat sandy bottom is ideal for beginners to the world of surfing.
These conditions are possible because the beach faces north – one of the few beaches in Queensland that does so. This makes the waves smaller, the sand flatter, and a safe place for swimming all year.
#5. 75 Mile Beach
Fraser Beach, QLD
It is not hard to guess how this location got its name. A bloke measured the beach one day and found out that it was 75 miles long.
Apart from its length, there are many more impressive things about this rugged stretch of sand on the east coast of Fraser Island. It’s where you’ll find the Maheno shipwreck, the popular swimming spot known as Champagne Pools and the striking volcanic rock formation of Indian Head.
The beach itself is not a safe place to swim due to dangerous currents and a large shark population. It’s also a landing strip for light aircraft so be sure to take care when you are cruising along the sand in your four wheel drive.
#6. Wineglass Bay
#7. Mandalay Beach
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#8. Main Beach
Byron bay, nsw
#9. Lizard Island
Lizard Island is truly secluded from the rest of the world. With 24 powdery-white beaches and 40 luxurious suites, it is the most northern resort in tropical Queensland and is located directly on the Great Barrier Reef.
The island is reserved for the fortunate few who will experience an unforgettable holiday like no other. Enjoy secluded picnics and sunset beach degustation on private beaches.
#10. Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach is one of the world’s most famous beaches and has come to be viewed as the quintessential Australian beach. It has played a central role in the development of Australia’s beach culture and in developing our sense of national identity.
Visitors to Bondi Beach can experience the natural features of the beach or those that have been constructed such as promenades, parks, sea baths and the surf pavilion.