Australian Beaches – Not To Miss Out

Around the world, Australia is renowned for its beaches & it isn’t hard to see why : with some of the longest stretches of sand-covered coast line in the world, Oz’s beaches are not only plentiful but also of an almost universally-high quality.

Aussies take care of & take pride in – keeping them generally clean and pollution-free.

Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia.

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Pinky Beach, Rottnest Island, Western Australia

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Cable Beach, Western Australia

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Yallingup Beach,Western Australia

6Yallingup Beach, Margaret River, Western Australia

Cape Le Grand Beach,Western Australia

Cape Le Grand Beach in Esperance, WA

 

Contos Beach,Western Australia

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Coolangatta Beach,Queensland.

2 Coolangatta Beach,  Gold Coast, Queensland

Mooloolaba Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

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Wategos Beach, NSW

05 Wategos Beach, Byron Bay, NSW

Seal Rocks, New South Wales

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Hyams Beach, NSW

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 Whitehaven Beach, Queensland.

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Bronte Beach, Sydney

7Bronte Beach, Sydney

Bondi Beach, Sydney

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Cosmopolitan Beach, Brisbane. 

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Hazards Beach, Tasmania.

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Mindil Beach, Northern Territory

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Australian’s love and respect for the ocean is strong and has been from the beginning. Australia’s have almost 10,700 beaches – in all shapes, sizes and colours. The beaches in Australia are some of the best in the world.

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2 thoughts on “Australian Beaches – Not To Miss Out

  1. You have nice beaches and a lot of things to see and enjoy.Unfortunately, for many people visit to Australia is one time life experience because of the remoteness. I’ve been sometime ago to Sidney and really love this city. 🙂

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