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Explore the Seven Exotic Beaches of Australia

Mention Australia and all we can think about is the country’s amazing and long stretched beaches. Australia has too many of universally high quality beaches and no beach will ever disappoint you! The most interesting part is that the Australians (the general citizens) really take good care of their coastlines by keeping in clean and free from pollution at all times. Let’s have a look at the seven exotic beaches of Australia that you, as a tourist would want to explore.


1. Bondi Beach, Sydney

The list of  exotic beaches of Australia is never complete without this beach. The surroundings, environment and of course the people here completely describe the awesome Aussie culture. Because of the beach’s popularity, the place has many dining options. You can experience awesome laid back life here while you also get to pamper your different taste buds.

Bondi Beach, Sydney

2. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays, Queensland

Pure waters, high quality/ silica sand and the surrounding reefs makes this place look no less than heaven and definitely the most beautiful beach in Australia. It’s a picture perfect place and should not be left unexplored. You will never have enough of this beach. So for additional magnificent experience, you can even opt for a tour or cruise on these waters.

Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays, Queensland

3. Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia

Step on this beach and you’ll realize the magnificence of this place. This coastline is not generally frequented by the tourists and therefore can be called as untouched, pure shoreline. The sunset you see here promises to keep you awestruck for long. The point to not here is that this beach does not belong to Pacific Ocean but is very much a part of Indian Ocean. And therefore, it is all the more important that you do not miss going there.

Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia

4. Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, Queensland

If you are absolutely into surfing then Burleigh Heads will completely serve your purpose. It offers outstanding conditions for this sport. Although, it is located just besides the highway you still find this place extremely clean and pollution free.

Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, Queensland

This beach is a family- friendly place and it also has various swimming sections with watchful lifeguards in case you get yourself into trouble!

5. Noosa Main Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

This is a gorgeous place for the swimmers. The fact that this beach has great accessibility gives another reason for why you should opt for this place! If this is not enough then here’s another one. This beach provides its visitors with a free car parking slot. How often does it happen that you park your car all day long at some place and don’t have to pay a single penny? It sure happens here!

Noosa Main Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

The perks don’t end there. You also expect to see a variety of wildlife in the waters as well as on the shores. The sight of dolphins is not a rare phenomenon in Noosa Main Beach. The whales too give special appearance during their season of migration.



6. 75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island, Queensland

As the name suggests, this beach is stretched across 75 miles. This humongous beach boasts of inhabitation of Tiger Sharks and other unique wildlife. Nevertheless, you get a unique opportunity of swimming in Champagne Pool, which is rightly named as the waters here form champagne like foam!

75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island, Queensland

7. Wineglass Bay, Tasmania one of the seven exotic beaches of Australia

 


The Wineglass Bay shoreline is definitely one of the calmest shorelines of all. Being isolated is a great benefit as it’s untouched and unseen by many. The waters here are turquoise in color that gives your eyes a soothing sight. The beach is surrounded by pink colored granite peaks to make it more unique. To find tranquility, you must come here!

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

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