Touring the Beaches in Australia

australian beaches

With 25,760km of coastline, Australia boasts the 6th longest coastline in the world. This vast country is home to some of the best beaches anywhere.

With a low population density, most of the beaches are in pristine condition, making Australia the number one place for a beach tour on the road.

Let’s take a look at some of the best beaches in Australia for a tour.

1. Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales
Bondi Beach is the first stop on any Australian beach tour. Grab a car like an Infiniti and hit this incredibly popular beach outside Sydney. Blue waters, crisp sun and plenty of beachside activities welcome you to Australia’s favourite beach.

2. Bells Beach, Victoria
Bells beach is a name synonymous with surfing in Australia. Tucked away in a quiet corner of the picturesque Great Ocean Road, Bells beach is a surfer’s paradise. Huge waves and excellent weather all the year round have given rise to the world’s longest running surfing competition at this famous Australian beach.

3. Main Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland
Travel up-north along the coast to reach Gold Coast, Australia’s six most populous city and home to the beautiful Main beach, where you can enjoy not just the sun and the sand, but exciting theme parks and amusement park rides.

4. Cable Beach, Western Australia
Head over to Australia’s western coast to soak in the sun at one of the country’s most beautiful beaches. Cable beach boasts 22 kilometres of pristine white sand untouched by tourists.

5. Hyams Beach, New South Wales
Located at the edge of a tiny seaside village off the coast of NSW, Hyams Beach boasts the whitest sand in the world (a claim confirmed by the Guinness Book of Records). Truly the best beach to round up your Australian beach adventure!