Australia is well known for its beaches - with pristine sand and blue skies, we are definitely a lucky country.
So whether you’re enjoying this Australian Summer, or you’re elsewhere in the world, we hope you enjoy this eye candy of some of the most picturesque Australian Beaches.
Happy Australia Day!
1. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays
The aptly named Whitehaven Beach is one breathtaking stretch of beach. With pristine white sand, clear turquoise water and colourful marine life, this beach is not one to be forgotten.
2. Catherine Hill Bay, Central Coast
Photo: RA Stanley
Catherine Hill Bay is a place with magnificent views and crystal clear waters. Known for it’s great surf beaches and friendly neighbourhood, it’s a cosy getaway that’ll feel like a second home.
3. Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island
Photo: Visit Victoria
Phillip Island is a magnificent place, with towering cliff faces and sparkling waters. Home to native wildlife such as seals, penguins, and koalas, there's never a dull moment. Watching the sunset over Cape Woolamai from a clifftop is an experience not to be missed.
4. Whites Beach, Byron Bay
Photo: Peter Scholer
White’s Beach at Broken Head is Byron Bay’s secret spot. The forest track opens out at a breathtaking oasis. Empty of other people a lot of the time, this spot is perfect to escape any beach crowds and relax, with near perfect surf beaches nearby.
5. Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
Wineglass Bay is a sight for sore eyes. Located in the Freycinet Peninsula in Tasmania, it’s a sheltered bay with clear blue waters. Not only can you swim and read a book on the beach, but there’s plenty of activities available, such as kayaking, walking trails, and helicopter tours.
6. Lucky Bay, Western Australia
Lucky Bay is also known as the whitest beach in Australia. It's also full of kangaroos! The sheltered bay is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, fishing, surfing and sailing small boats.