|Gold Coast Northern Nsw||Adelaide Fleurieu Peninsula|
|Shark Bay Ningaloo Reefs||Great Ocean Road|
|South Coast Nsw||Murray Grampians|
|Southern Western Australia||Pilbara|
|Sunshine Coast||Sydney Central Coast|
|Victoria High Country||Tasmania East Coast|
|Whitsundays Beach Coast||Tropical North Queensland|
With a huge coastline stretching for nearly 37,000 km, Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. There are over 11,011 beaches, more than any other nation. A camel ride at sunset; enjoying a game of cricket; or lazing in the sun: the serene beaches of Australia provide an awesome experience.
The Australia Beaches Map shows the major beaches in the continent. The major beaches are:
- Broome Beach
- Cable Beach
- Whitehaven Beach
- Gold Coast
- Byron Bay
- Manly Beach
- Bondi Beach
- Tamarama Beach
- Hyams Beach
- Bells Beach
- Esperance Beach
- Cottesloe Beach
Established in 1906, Bondi Beach is the oldest life saving club in Australia. It is a must-visit place for skateboarding lovers.
The pristine white sands and the turquoise waters of Cable Beach make it one of the most stunning beaches in the world. It is an ideal place to relax for people with hectic urban lifestyle. The sunset camel rides along the beach are a thrilling experience.
Whitehaven Beach is also one of the most wonderful beaches in Australia offering immense recreational opportunities.
Another interesting beach for beach-lovers is the Manly Beach. Manly is a peninsula, bounded by the sea on three sides and comprising eighteen beaches that include Ocean Beach, Shelly Beach, Little Manly and Fairlight. The Manly Beach is the site of the largest, longest and best known festival in Australia - the Manly Jazz Festival. Volleyball and swimming competitions are held every now and then.
Beaches in Australia are sure to thrill you to bits and make your holiday a memorable one!!
Australia Major Beaches (Apr 15, 2016)
Last Updated on: September 07, 2016