Australia’s top 10 best beaches to visit

July 13, 2020 Travel Diaries

The beach goes on, but the summer is gone. In fact, up there, some special beaches are a cool factor in the colder months. For the best coastal winter wonders, here is our list.

Qld, Rainbow Beach

At the height of summer, here is one thing you can’t do: canter along a beach amid a shimmer of spray. Bodies stretched across the sand every which way, children running in and out of the Waves, it would cause Carnage. A 23- km long sweep of that offers spectacular stretches of colored sand along the way, which makes winter the perfect time to take a Horse ride along Rainbow beach on the sunshine coast. You don’t even have to rug up, Balmy Queensland winters mean. If you are better on four legs than four wheels the beach is also open to four-wheel drives.


WA, Cable Beach

Romantic Strolls: Best for

For coastal canoodling, don’t you think it’s too cold?

Not in brome, it’s not. With water temperature not far behind and with around 30 degrees air temperatures. It’s perfect beach weather right through winter. Cable Beach stretches for 22 km; those who take their strolling seriously will be delighted to learn that. The whole way, turquoise water lapping at white sand. If you get hitching a ride on one of the camel trains that meander along the beach every afternoon and morning. For one of Broome’s famous sunset, be sure to stick around.


Book lovers, SW, Belongil Beach: Best for.

From Byron Bay’s flashier Main Beach an easy walk along, Belongil is a different type of beach, swimsuits where hang for locals are occasionally optional. Every August the beach gets its turn in the spotlight. Just a few minutes’ walk from the beach, when the Byron Bay writer’s festival kicks off. Hear your favorite writer interviewed, and then stroll down to the sand and to curl up with their latest work, find a quiet spot. To catch up on your reading, now that’s a great way.


Skywatching: Best for

Tasmania, Hope Beach

Distinctly, Tassie winters are chilly, but, there is really one good reason to rug up and head for the beach. To watch the colorful celestial display known as the aurora australis, the lack of Light Pollution makes Tasmania is one of the best places. For the wilderness, you don’t need to strike out: Hope Beach is a great place to take in the show, which is just 40 minutes south of Hobart. Pack a thermos and some blankets or something warm to keep the chill off.


Surfing: Best for

Victoria, Cape Woolamai

At this time of year, the water of’ Phillip Island is a trifle cool, surfers Don’t Really Care when the waves are this pumping. First named as the National Surfing Reserve in Victoria, to catch some winter waves, Woolamai is one of the best spots. Have a non -surfer in tow? By following one of the numerous walking trails that Crisscross the Cape, varying between four and eight kilometers in length, they can keep warm. Keep an eye on the ground, while the views of the cliffs are spectacular, too: the area has some ancient Aboriginal middens.


Breakfast: Best for

NSW, Balmoral Beach

Don’t get us wrong. On a cool winter’s day, we love cuddling together on the scoff to sand piping some hot fish and chips just as much as the next person. Even what we love more, however, is the day starting with a delicious breakfast- perhaps a pea and feta frittata or a Salmon smoked omelet- watching the Waves roll in while we lounge around in comfort. And to do it there is no better place than Sydney’s Bathers’ Pavilion Cafe, located in an elegant art deco building on Balmoral beach.


Camping: Best for

Qld, Smalleys Beach

Tropical Queensland is still warm enough for a spot of winter camping, while the Southern Ha

States Shiver. At Smalleys Beach, we love the campground and near Mackay, a pocket of tranquility tucked away in Cape Hillsborough National Park. By the reef flanked on one side and on the other by verdant rainforest, the park is the home to more than 150 species of birds. Eventually, the most popular visitors are the wallabies and kangaroos that come down for a spot of beachcombing every morning.


Indigenous insights: Best for

Northern Territory, Bawaka

Ever imagine trying out a tribal lifestyle: Learning about camping on the beach, traditional art, and Dreamtime Stories, trying your hand at oyster harvesting and spearfishing?  Then it’s time to head to Arnhem Land. During the winter months, based on Yolngu territory, Lirrwi Tourism offers a choice of week-long itineraries including a women’s only trip. Hosted by Djawa ‘Timmy’ Burarrwanga and his family, all of them include a stay on the lovely beach at Bawaka.


Hanson Bay: Best for

Kangaroo Island

Storm Watching

  • Much more than the dramatic southern coast of Kangaroo Island, Oceans capes don’t come. To see here, get swept out and you make landfall until Antarctica. Then, that amazing storms frequently sweep-in, it’s not surprising, breakers whipping up that pound the cliffs with a staggering fury. Of course, to work for storm watching, you need somewhere cozy and warm to watch it from, over the bay, which makes Southern Ocean Lodge, with its panoramic views, the perfect solution. Grab a bottle of red, under a cashmere blanket or curl up by the fire, and watch the weather rage.


Whale watching: Best for

Victoria, Logan’s Beach

The cooler winter waters, at least one set of visitors don’t mind: Every winter, many species of Whale that travel along with large sketches of the Australian coast, giving birth and waiting for their young ones to grow strong before they head off the open Sea. Near Warrnambool, the coves and bays are a favored haunt of southern right whales, who bask here with their calves. Logan’s Beach is one of the best viewing spots, which even consists of a viewing platform. As close as 100 meters away, lucky visitors will spot whales.

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