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Australia beaches are characterized by pristine white sands fringing the tropical turquoise waters, with many of them on un crowded stretches of sand. Australia has over 11,000 beaches with coastline of 37,000 km (23,000 miles).
Many of Australian beaches offer wildlife viewing, surfing, and back-to-nature-style experiences.
A note of caution: October to May is the jelly fish season and swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers are advised to exercise caution and follow the guidelines of the local authorities.
Facing the Indian Ocean is one of the most attractive beaches in the world with twenty-two kilometers (14 miles) of pristine white sands and tropical turquoise waters. Cable Beach is an the ideal beach for safe swimming and relaxation. Its known for beautiful sunsets. With its tropical climate, its a year-round destination for beach lovers.
Located on Jarvis Bay, it has extremely white, medium grained sand and crystal clear waters. It is safe and popular area for families.
Lizard Island Beach
Located in the northernmost region on the Great Barrier Ree Great Barrier Reef, this stunning remote island has over 23 white powdery beaches with where you can snorkel, dive, or view the reef from a glass-bottomed kayak. .A favorite romantic getaway for those with deep pockets, you can enjoy your own private villa at an island resort with exclusive access to the most secluded beaches in Australia. the country with amazing diving and snorkeling spots close to shore.
Neds Beach, Lord Howe Island,
Located on the northeast side of the island,This lovely beach is a perfect spot for lounging around and soaking in the sun. You wade into the crystal clear shallow waters and hand-feed the mélange of fish that swarm to your side whenever food is dropped in. The beach is protected from most wind directions, the snorkelling is really good with plenty of coral.
Locat6ed on Whitsunday Island, this is one of the most photographed beaches in Australia. Located near Queensland's Great Barrier Reef on an uninhabited four-mile (6 kilometer) stretch of pure white silica sand and crystal clear turquoise water. If you are planning a day trip from the mainland it can be reached from Airlie Beach.
Located in Freycinet National Park in Tasmania, this is a majestic stretch of pristine beach crystal clear, turquoise colored water. The southern end of the beach has magnificent views of the Hazards.
The clam shaped shoreline bordered by pink granite peaks supports a variety of of activities including snorkelling, kayaking, and hiking