The locals in Australia have a saying: “If you find a beach with someone on it, find another one.”
There are more than 10,000 Australian beaches in the 50,000 km coastline, and if you can’t decide which one you should visit, here are the 10 top-secret Aussie beaches:
1. Bremer Bay, Southern – Western Australia
Located 180 km east of Albany, the Bremer Bay will give you a piece of mind and let you relax.
Bremer Bay has snow white beaches and blue waters, and it is the perfect spot to start a rehabilitating inner journey.
2. Point Sir Isaac, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
Point Sir Isaac is easy to find: It is on the Western side of the peninsula, and about 50 km away from Port Lincoln. There are a lot of campsides in this area, but if you are into fishing, Point Sir Isaac is the right spot. Just take your fishing equipment and hit the road.
3. Flinders Island, Tasmania
4. Waterloo Bay, Wilson’s Promontory
Wilson’s Promontory, a well-known national park, is the home of the Waterloo Bay, yet a lot of people don’t know about it. The turquoise waters and the bleached white sand look other-worldly. All you have to do is take a 12-km hike, and you will find yourself in one of the most well-preserved Australian beaches.
5. Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grande National Park
You won’t be alone in the Lucky Bay, because there will always be some kangaroos to accompany you! Lucky Bay, located at the East of Esperance,WA, is known for its granite rock outcrops – it is a breathtaking view! If you visit the Cape Le Grande National Park, don’t forget to visit the Lucky Bay. It’s a perfect place for getaways and private Australia tours.
6. Hellfire Bay, Cape Le Grande National Park
7. Vivonne Bay
During your visit to the Vivonne Bay, you can get it all – it is a perfect spot for fishing, picnic, and surfing! Also, the long and curved bay also provides a great view. Don’t forget bring a camera and take some photographs.
8. Sunshine Coast, Glasshouse Mountains National Park
The Glasshouse Mountains National Park is a great space with amazing hiking tracks and forests, but what makes this park so unique is the Sunshine Coast. This beach is completely pristine, and belong to the aboriginal Gubbi Gubbi people. Actually, you will be able to swim while facing a panoramic mountain view!
When it comes to beaches, Australia is the place to go. Swim, surf, and have fun with friends and family!