10 Best Beaches In South Pacific: Familiar And Lesser known

Turquoise Bay Exmouth, Exmouth, Australia

Probably the world’s most spectacular, sunny, relaxed palm-fringed beaches are in the South Pacific. Hmm. and yes, you can afford the South Pacific!

Beaches with wide sand, calm waves, and easily accessible amenities, here are a few that stand out:

Have you got a South Pacific’s best beach pick? Share it in the comments section.

1. Whitehaven Beach
Whitsunday Island, Whitsunday Islands
“The whole beach is untouched. No stores, no restaurants, just the beauty of nature at its best.”
Best time to go: Year-round

2. Maunganui Beach
Mount Maunganui, New Zealand
“A beautiful expanse of golden sand, safe waters for surfing and swimming. Plus, it’s great for collecting shells.”
Best time to go: Year-round

3. Turquoise Bay Exmouth
Exmouth, Australia
“Turquoise Bay-lives up to its name”
Best time to go: May – October

Turquoise Bay Exmouth, Exmouth, Australia

4. Cable Beach
Broome, Australia
“Unspoilt”
Best time to go: Year-round

5. Burleigh Heads Beach
Burleigh Heads, Australia
“First trip to australia”
Best time to go: Year-round

6. Manly Beach
Sydney, Australia
“Love this place, very nice & shopping area.”
Best time to go: Year-round

7. Noosa Main Beach
Noosa, Australia
“North facing Beach”
Best time to go: October – May

8. Cottesloe Beach
Cottesloe, Australia
“Great Metro beach”
Best time to go: Year-round

9. Titikaveka Beach
Titikaveka, Cook Islands
“BACK TO RARO”
Best time to go: Year-round

10. Matira Beach
Bora Bora, Society Islands
“Beautiful!”
Best time to go: Year-round

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

Amy Grant

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