Australia Unwrapped: Top 10 best beaches to see in Australia
Top 10 best beaches to see in Australia
Australia is currently a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, although it is considered an independent state. James Cook on his expedition of 1768-70 took possession of the territory on behalf of the British Crown.
When Did Australia Become Independent
The independence of Australia was a staggered process that began in 1901, when six colonies formed the "Commonwealth of Australia" and consolidated with the Statute of Westminster in 1931 and the Australia Act in 1986.On their National Day; Australians do not celebrate independence, but the arrival of the first British fleet on January 26, 1788. Australia Day celebrate it on January 26 which is the date the first fleet landed.
This is the “Top 10 Beaches In Australia,
- Burleigh Heads, Queensland
Burleigh Heads, a city on the beach in Queensland, is famous for its ideal conditions for surfing and hosts numerous surfing competitions. It also offers countless shopping and dining options
- Byron Bay, New South Wales
The legendary beaches of Byron Bay are dotted with lighthouses and surrounded by dolphins, rays, whales and sea turtles. This old whaling station in New South Wales, turned into a tourist city, is greatly influenced by its recent bohemian past, when the hippy lifestyle reigned in all its splendor..
- Coolangatta, Queensland
You don't need to be a surfer to fall in love with the Costa Dorada and Coolangatta. Both locals and tourists love the clean and patrolled beaches of the area, and the viewpoints to take pictures.
- Broome, Western Australia
Exceptionally pristine and beautiful beaches surround the very quiet Broome. Among the most popular is Cable Beach, with soft and calm waves. Visitors can enjoy a camel ride on the shores of Cable Beach to enjoy the tranquil scenery.
- Noosa, Queensland
Noosa is a holiday destination for surfing, famous in the world for its extensive beaches and picturesque bays. Climb the cliffs and jungles of Noosa National Park, get on a canoe and descend the Everglades River or simply sunbathe on the golden sand of the beach.
- Broadbeach, Queensland
In Broadbeach, a few kilometers from Surfers Paradise, you will find more space and more tranquility as well as great restaurants. The main attraction of the beautiful area of Gold Coast is its magnificent and long golden sand beach
- Surfers Paradise, Queensland
Surfers Paradise has its name well deserved for what it is: the perfect place for those who pay homage to the sea gods, trying to become one of them in the middle of the waves.
- 8. Perth, Western Australia
A trip to the beaches of Perth is an apprenticeship in three water sports: swimming, surfing and snorkeling
- Port Douglas, Queensland
Enjoy succulent five-star dinners at Port Douglas, the culinary jewel of Queensland, or have a cocktail in one of its stylish and casual fashion bars. A perfect operations centre to explore the Great Barrier Reef.
- Sydney, New South Wales
With dozens of fascinating beaches that are less than half an hour from the city centre, there cannot be many cities by the sea with more potential than Sydney.