Top 25 Beaches In Australia: Breathtaking Australian Beaches

Top 25 Beaches In Australia: Breathtaking Australian Beaches

Australia is, after all, the world’s largest island. It comes as no surprise to me that Australian beaches are among the most beautiful in the world.

YOUR SAY: Which is Australia’s best beach? Tell us below

When it came to best beaches in Australia, Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays took out first place for the third year in a row.

TRAVEL site, TripAdvisor, has released its annual list of the Australia’s best beaches at its 2015 Travellers’ Choice Awards.  Travellers’ Choice award-winning beaches were determined based on the quantity and quality of millions of traveller reviews and ratings for beaches on the Travel site gathered over a 12-month period.

Top 25 Beaches In Australia:

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

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

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

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

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

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

8. Four Mile Beach
Port Douglas, Australia
“Perfect for a morning walk”
Best time to go: Year-round

9. Surfer’s Paradise Beach
Surfers Paradise, Australia
“Beautiful Beach but too crowded”
Best time to go: October – May

Coolangatta Beach, Coolangatta, Australia

10. Coolangatta Beach
Coolangatta, Australia
“beautiful beach”
Best time to go: Year-round

11. The Strand
Townsville, Australia
“Great beach walk and excellent water activities”
Best time to go: October – May

12. Shelly Beach
Sydney, Australia
“Great beach for BBQ and snorkeling”
Best time to go: Year-round

13. Mindil Beach
Darwin, Australia
“It’s Traditional”
Best time to go: October – May

Mindil Beach, Darwin, Australia

14. Coral Bay Beach
Coral Bay, Australia
“Good for kids”

15. Greens Pool
Denmark, Australia
“Great spot for safe family swimming.”
Best time to go: October – May

Greens Pool, Denmark, Australia

16. Scarborough Beach
Perth, Australia
“Beautiful”

17. Bondi Beach
Sydney, Australia
“Very clean and amazing on a sunny, windy day.”
Best time to go: Year-round

18. Palm Cove Beach
Palm Cove, Australia
“Great place for a quiet day day at the beach, nice cafes and restaurants”
Best time to go: October – May

19. Ned’s Beach
Lord Howe Island, Australia
“Fish Feeding – a must do”
Best time to go: October – May

20. Seventy-Five Mile Beach
Fraser Island, Queensland
“Fun Beach Driving”
Best time to go: October – May

21. Palm Beach
Sydney, Australia
“Ferry from Ettalong to Palm Beach”
Best time to go: Year-round

22. Little Beach, Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve
Albany, Australia
“WOW the views and the colour of the water”

23. Emily Bay
Norfolk Island, Australia
“Protected Bay perfect for swimming”
Best time to go: Year-round

24. Kurrawa Beach
Broadbeach, Australia
“Quiet spot, lifeguards available, stunning beach.”

25. Coogee Beach
Sydney, Australia
“One of Sydney’s loveliest beaches”

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