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Travel: Top beaches in Australia

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Australia is known for the Great Barrier Reef, the Sydney Opera House, the Kangaroos and Koala Bears.

With the most beautiful coastline all over Australia, you bet that the Land Down Under has the best beaches in the world that attract surfers, beach and nature lovers.

There are lots of activities, not only surfing and swimming, that you can do in these beaches.  Reef walking, rock fishing, hiking or just enjoy the sun and vast beautiful sky that will surely take your breath away.

Here are the 8 top beaches of Australia that you can include in your itinerary on your next trip to the Oz.

  • North Point, Moreton Island, Queensland – this beach is at the northern top of Moreton Island.  The mile long stretch rocky outcrops lets you enjoy swimming, picknickin and whale-watching in the afternoons.
Cape Moreton lighthouse and North Point (in fg), Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia

Cape Moreton lighthouse and North Point, Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia

  • Point King, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria –
    this beach is not only swimmers’ paradise but kayakers and divers will surely enjoy exploring the reefs.  It is also a place most hikers will enjoy with the cliff-top walk and see the stone monument where Lt. John Murray discovered the port.
Point King

Point King, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

  • Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia – found in the northern side of the Kangaroo Island Stokes Bay has the crystal clear waters that many tourist and locals truly enjoy.  Perfect for paddling, this bay is truly a water lover perfect playground.  Not only it is surrounded by crystal clear water but, Australia’s native birds including the endangered Glossy Black Cockatoo and wild kangaroos, roam around its shoreline.
Stokes Bay

Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

  • Currumbin Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland – Gold Coast is the Surfers Paradise, no doubt about that.  Currumbin Beach is the place in Gold Coast that you can safely enjoy swimming because the water is warm.  You can also enjoy trekking at the Elephant Rock.  Currumbin Beach also hold the annual Swell Sculpture Festival every September.
Currumbin Reserve

Currumbin Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland

  • East Point Reserve, Darwin, Northern Territory – The man made lake is haven to swimmers.  Most of the beaches in the Northern Territory do not allow you to swim because of its strong waves.  Along the area, you can enjoy a cliff top walk and see some artifacts that were used during World War II.
East Point Reserve, Darwin, Northern Territory

East Point Reserve, Darwin, Northern Territory

  • Middleton Beach, Albany, Western Australia – Enjoy the small waves this beach can offer along with its well-known white sand and clear blue waters.  Experience rock fishing, swimming and snorkeling and explore the variety of spectacular coral formation underneath it blue waters.  If you are lucky, you can catch seals and dolphins playing near the shore.
Middleton Beach, Albany, Western Australia

Middleton Beach, Albany, Western Australia

  • Henley Beach, Adelaide, South Australia – Enjoy Henley Beach’s white sand and fishing for salmon trout, tommy ruff and mulloway.  A popular locals and tourists,  Henley Beach is not only for nature lovers, but you can enjoy the local wine produce in Adelaide.
Henley Beach

Henley Beach, Adelaide, South Australia

  • Coalcliff, Wollongong, New South Wales – Located south of Sydney, Coalcliff’s small beach lets you enjoy swimming, hiking and lets you go back in time when coalminers mine in the harbour.

Coalcliff, Woolongong, New South Wales

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