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Beautiful Sellicks Beach offers steep cliffs that give way to a long expanse of white sand.

Sellicks Beach is at the southern most point the City of Onkaparinga and is where the Mount Lofty Ranges meet the sea.

This part of the South Australian coastline is renowned for its plentiful fishing and you’ll find good boat launching facilities here. This is also a popular spot for surfers, particularly during the winter.

Cars with beach passes are permitted on the beach below the Esplanade. You can contact the City of Onkaparinga for information on beach passes.

 

Lucky Bay beach near Esperance, Western Australia is a 4.9 km long sandy beach backed by bare active sand dunes that extend the length of the beach and further north and up to 1.5 km inland. The beach rock reef continues to parallel the beach about 100 m offshore, with a few gaps resulting in five cuspate beaches-forelands along the shore, and a continuous ‘lagoon’ with none of the forelands reaching the reef. Waves average about 0.5 m at high tide resulting in reflective conditions the entire beach, and calm conditions at low tide. The northern end the beach rejoins the beach rock.

two peoples

 

Two Peoples Bay boasts unspoilt coastal scenery and is a vital area for threatened animal species.

This is an ideal area for sightseeing, swimming, bushwalking, fishing and nature study.

This secluded area is 52 km north-east of Albany, Western Australia. Fish and swim on a beautiful section of coastline or simply relax and take in the magnificent views.

 

While golden sands, turquoise waters and perfect waves make Bondi Beach an iconic Sydney attraction, there is plenty to do beyond the surf. Fine dining, eclectic shopping markets, gorgeous coastal walks and a buzzing nightlife can all be experienced in Bondi.

 

Capella Beach on Lord Howe Island sets new standards for seclusion and privacy. Located on the secluded southern end of the World Heritage Listed Island, Capella commands spectacular ocean, lagoon and mountain views.

 

Just 15 minutes west of Perth, Western Australia, Cottesloe is internationally famous for its superb beach and terraced lawns overlooking the Indian Ocean. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, our village atmosphere and seaside heritage will lure you to further exploration.

 

 

Moreton Island “The Gem of South East Queensland” is one of the best experiences that Australia has to offer. Brisbane is fortunate in having on its doorstep one of Australia’s largest sand islands, making Moreton Island perfect for that much needed getaway. Just across the bay from civilisation, Moreton is quickly being discovered as an unspoilt paradise for people wanting to relax and enjoy nature. This is a place where the crashing of the waves sets the pace of your day.

 

cheviot

 

Cheviot Beach on the southern end of the Mornington Peninsula is about 2 hours from Melbourne, Victoria. It was named after the SS Cheviot which broke up and sank nearby with the loss of 35 lives on 20 October 1887.[1] On 17 December 1967, Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared, and was presumed drowned, while swimming at the beach. He was last seen in the ocean and was then dragged under a wave, never to be seen again. His body was never found.

 

wineglass

Wineglass Bay, on Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula, is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world. This flawless crescent of dazzling white sand and sapphire-coloured sea set against pink and grey granite peaks is one of Australia’s most beautiful natural environments. It’s the perfect location for fishing, sailing, bushwalking, sea kayaking, rock-climbing, or simply soaking up the spectacular coastal scenery. Wineglass Bay has become a favourite honeymoon destination for couples to escape and relax away from the rest of the world. With secluded sandy beaches, luxurious eco-lodges, and fine Tasmanian cuisine, Freycinet Peninsula is an adventure of pure indulgence.

 

whitehaven

Whitehaven Beach is a definite “must-see” in the Whitsundays on the Great Barrier Reef. The crystal clear aqua waters and pristine silica sand of Whitehaven stretch over seven kilometres along Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. It defines nature at its best and provides the greatest sense of relaxation and escape.

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