If you love the tanning and surfing mix, book your holiday to Australia! However, a beach holiday in Australia is so much more than that. You will also get a taste of Australia’s famous beach culture. But each beach has its own vibe though, so which ones should you see?

There are around 10,000 beaches here… Don’t worry, we have put a couple of the best ones together for you! 


1. Gold Coast 

Gold Coast of Australia

The first is the popular Gold Coast, sometimes also known at times as the “surf paradise of Australia”. Surfing is a rather popular thing here, even for beginners, because of the doable waves. But, that’s not all, because the “Goldie”, as locals call it, has a lot of fun restaurants scattered along the shore. 


2. Byron Bay 

Byron Bay

For a calmer beach experience, there’s Byron Bay to enjoy. It’s a good place to take a little break and relax. However, to lose up your muscles after all that surfing, you can join a local yoga session together with someone or alone. And when the night sets, the town turns into a hip spot with cosy pubs and lots of music. Perhaps one of the famous Hemsworth brothers will happen to walk by you! 


3. Bondi Beach

Bondi beach

Your Sydney Experience is only complete after visiting Bondi Beach. It's a must-see place and not only because of its name, it also has a vibrant atmosphere. Families and surfers all love this place. Don’t forget to take a photo with the golden sand and flowing waves as the background! 


4. Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay, Australia 

Jervis Bay is a small town, but owner of one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. It’s the only beach where you encounter more wildlife than actual people. You should visit the Hyams or Booderee National Park for an Instagram-worthy picture. And for those that are interested in the Australian marine life, you should sign up for a dolphin tour to get up close and personal with these incredible creatures. 


5. Whitsunday Islands

Airlie Whitsunday Islands

The beautiful Whitsunday Islands are a popuar tourism destination for foreigners and it is one of the best places to see on the east coast of Australia.

The Whitsunday Islands are home to stunning beaches, including Whitehaven Beach, which in 2021, TripAdvisor named the best beach in the world. The sand is almost entirely 98% pure silica, and is absolutely breathtaking to see in person.

You really shouldn't miss the Whitsunday Islands off your Australia travel itinerary. 


6. Port Douglas 

Port Douglas

This village is not like other coastal towns. Port Douglas has much more than just their stunning shoreline; The famous Great Barrier Reef, of course. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, did you know that? Therefore, is Port Douglas a popular beach holiday destination in Australia. 


Plan a Dream Beach Break to Australia 

Australian beaches offer more than just sun and sand, it offers an unforgettable experience!