Byron BayA laid back town that boasts the most easterly point in Australia and some ofthe most beautiful beaches in the world. Travel to the lighthouse to enjoyspectacular views across the bay or check out Watego’s to get away from thehordes of tourists at the main beach.
Squeaky BeachLocated in Wilsons Promontory National Park, the sand at Squeaky Beach issome of the finest in Australia. Listen out for the squeaks as you walk!
Manly BeachManly is an Australian landmark, famous for its fantastic watersports culture.It also boasts 18 beaches and coves to swim in and a wealth of cafes andrestaurants.
Whitehaven BeachThe largest of 74 islands in the Whitsundays, Whitehaven Beach is anincredible landscape you should definitely try to visit while you’re travellingin Australia. It’s known for its crystal clear waters.
Cable BeachFamous as a pearling town, Cable Beach is situated in Broome, ownedtraditionally by the Yawruru people. Swim with caution betweenNovember and March as box jellyfish are present.
Four Mile BeachLocated in Port Douglas about 70km North of Cairns, Four Mile Beachboasts deep blue waters set against an amazing backdrop.