This is the "Top 7" of the best beaches in Australia, according to the travelers who have had the pleasure of visiting Australia. This "Top 7" was compiled, through the opinions of travelers, on the famous site "Trip Advisor". Ah, the photo above is a beach in the "Witsundays Islands", of which, we are going to write a separate post because it is worth being told, such a wonderful place! And to keep them waiting, when all you want is to start building your itinerary, and not skip any of the best beaches in Australia.
1. Burleigh Heads, Queensland
Burleigh Heads, a beachside city in Queensland, is famous for its ideal conditions for surfing and is home to numerous surfing competitions. It also offers countless shopping and dining options, from major stores to beachfront markets, and from food stalls to elegant restaurants. A vacation in Burleigh Heads would not be complete without a trip to Burleigh National Park. In the southern part of Mount Burleigh is the Tallebudgera Creek, known for its interesting fishing, canoeing and canoeing activities.
2. Byron Bay, New South Wales
The legendary beaches of Byron Bay are dotted with lighthouses and surrounded by dolphins, rays, whales and sea turtles. This old whaling station in New South Wales turned into a tourist city, is very influenced by its recent bohemian past, when the hippy lifestyle reigned in all its splendor. In the parks bongos and didgeridoos often, It is easy to see sarongs and dreadlocks and vegetarian restaurants abound. Surrender to this carefree energy and spend a happy and peaceful day strolling between beaches and bars.
3. Coolangatta, Queensland
You do not need to be a surfer to fall in love with the Costa Dorada and Coolangatta. Both locals and tourists love the clean and patrolled beaches of the area, and the lookouts to take pictures. Maybe it will be hard for them to decide which is the favorite among these beaches, but that would not be a problem, right?
4. Broome, Western Australia
Exceptionally pristine and beautiful beaches surround the very quiet Broome. Among the most popular is Cable Beach, with soft and calm waves. Visitors can enjoy a camel ride on the coast of Cable Beach to enjoy the peaceful scenery. In summer, Roebuck Bay, located on the eastern coast, receives in its red sands the shorebirds that migrate from Siberia. Another important point for migratory birds in the famous Eighty Mile Beach.
5. Noosa, Queensland
Noosa is a holiday destination for surfing, famous in the world for its extensive beaches and picturesque bays. Go mountaineering in the cliffs and jungles of Noosa National Park, get on a canoe and go down the Everglades River or just bask in the golden sand of the beach, which stretches and shines for several kilometers. It is worth making a day trip to the Fraser Islands, a Unesco World Heritage Site, where the jungles mix with the dunes: it is an experience you should not miss.
6. Broadbeach, Queensland
In Broadbeach, a few miles from Surfers Paradise, you'll find more space and more tranquility as well as great restaurants. The main attraction of the beautiful Gold Coast area is its magnificent and long beach of golden sand. It also has one of the largest shopping centers in the southern hemisphere, the famous Jupiters Casino and numerous charming restaurants and cafés.
7. Surfers Paradise, Queensland
Surfers Paradise has its name well deserved for what it is: the perfect place for those who pay homage to the sea gods, trying to become one of them in the middle of the waves. The beach is an expanse of fine golden sand that offers the perfect environment for a day of surfing or just playing with a disco or sunbathing. Recharge your batteries in one of the 150 restaurants and cafés of Surfers Paradise or go to a spa in the north to relax your muscles after exertion or soften your skin tanned by the sun. It is the favorite place for backpackers to go "out of town" in Queensland.
Do you plan on visiting Australia soon? Which one of these beaches have you considering spending time at them? Or maybe you can visit all of them.