5 Beaches in Australia that you should visit - With photos & details

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5 Beaches to explore in Australia

Sixth largest country in the world, lying between Pacific and Indian Ocean. Home to natural features and bio diversity that is not seen in any other part of the world.

Bondi BeachBondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia

One of the most visited tourist sites in Australia. The beach is famous due to its world-class restaurants in the area, proximity to the Sydney CBD, relatively safe swimming conditions, and a 1km strip of white sandy beach.

Mount OberonMount Oberon, Wilsons Promontory VIC 3960, Australia

Great hiking destinations with beaches, wild animals and a breathtaking sunset.

Shallow InletShallow Inlet, Victoria, Australia

A shallow, curving, 18 square kilometers tidal embayment with a single channel to the sea. The inlet has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area (IBA) because it supports over 1% of the world populations of double-banded plovers and red-necked stints, and has supported the critically endangered orange-bellied parrot.

Twelve ApostlesTwelve Apostles, Victoria, Australia

Collection of limestone stacks off the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road. Seven of the original eight stacks remain standing at the Twelve Apostles viewpoint, after one collapsed in July 2005.

Wattamolla BeachWattamolla Beach, Royal National Park NSW 2233, Australia

With a cove, a lagoon, a waterfall, and a beach, it is a beautiful isolated spot in Royal National Park.