The St Kilda Beach has located 6 km from the Melbourne City centre, in Port Phillip, Victoria.
Surrounded by the beautiful natural creations like Jervis Bay National Park and Booderee National Park, Hyams Beach is laid on the southern shore of the Jervis Bay, away from Sydney.
Located 14 km (8.6 miles) north-west of the Scarborough City centre, the Scarborough Beach is popular for its kite and wind surfing.
Bronte Beach is a small beach in the eastern part of Sydney. It is just 1.3 miles (2 km) further south from the Bondi Beach and north to Coogee Beach.
The Wineglass Bay is located on a peninsula composed of pink granite hills, consisting of pristine white sand and turquoise water.
The 75 Mile Beach is a stretch of white sand with the length of several beaches with a normal size. The size, however, is not the only thing special about the beach.
One of Australia’s most visited tourist sites, Bondi Beach is located 4 mi east of Sydney centre.
The Burleigh Heads Beach is located in a small town, right on the Gold Coast in Queensland. The ocean here is in beautiful contrast with the over 400 pine trees right behind the beach.
Cable Beach is a 14 mi (22 km) long stretch of white sand and shining blue water near Broome in Western Australia. Its name is derived from the telegraph cable originally laid in 1899, connecting Broome and Java.
Available for visitors all year round, Turquoise Bay is located 37 mi (60 km) south of Exmouth. The Ningaloo Reef is only a hundred meters away.
Noosa Beach has been a tourist attraction since the 1890s. Accessible by bike, bus, and car, the beach contains many hotels and restaurants.
Located near the Port Douglas, Four Mile Beach is perfect for wandering around for hours in the tropical sun, whilst still being in reach of modern amenities.