The votes are in: dive into the best beaches in Australia.
When you think best beaches in the world, Australia is an obvious choice.
The sparkling turquoise waters mixed with bright white sands and rugged red landscapes create the perfect recipe for unbeatable beach hangs you just can’t find anywhere else.
But where to begin? With so many to choose from, we’re turning to Trip Advisors Travellers Choice Awards for 2022. They’ve plucked out the best of the best as voted by you, so you can add these to your beach-going itinerary ASAP.
Exmouth, Western Australia
Turquoise Bay seems to be a fitting name for the tranquil waters of this Exmouth gem.
This spot is a wonderland for both avid and beginner snorkelers as it leads into the iconic Ningaloo Reef brimming with vibrant coral colours and an abundance of sea life from turtles to stingrays.
Broome, Western Australia
The best part of Cable Beach is the unique opportunity to take in the glowing orange and reds of a Broome sunset on camelback.
Long stretches of soft white sand meet blue waters in the perfect spot to pull up a chair and relax or get moving with plenty of activities from kayaking to fishing.
Denmark, Western Australia
Lying on the edge of William Bay National Park, this beach haven earned its name from its famous turquoise green waters and picture-perfect setting.
To describe it in one word: magical. The sheltered cove offers calm waters under the bluest of blue skies and is a sight to behold.
Norfolk Island, Australia
Emily Bay is in line with a tropical paradise on the shores of Norfolk Island.
You won’t find clearer or calmer water anywhere else, and it’s perfect for a lazy swim or snorkel.
Particularly family-friendly and a mandatory visit if you’re holidaying on the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba has everything from a boardwalk for your morning stroll to refreshing waters and nearby cafes and restaurants for a brunch stop.
You’ll find many sunbaking, surfing, shopping, or enjoying a morning cuppa along the shores.
Cape Le Grand National Park
Esperance, Western Australia
Combine beautiful beaches with bushy hikes and we’re one happy camper.
Known for its idyllic scenery, bush-walking, fishing, camping, and sunbaking kangaroos, it doesn’t get more Aussie than rugged coastal peaks leading onto crisp white shores.
Whitsunday Island, Queensland
We’ve probably said it before, but stepping onto Whitehaven Beach is basically like stepping into a postcard.
The water here is 50 shades of sparkling blue, and the squeaky white sand will have you plopping down and lulling into relaxation in no time. It’s protected by Whitsunday Islands National Park, so you can guarantee it will always be sparkling clean.
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