Cable Beach (Broome, WA) – is located a short drive from Broome on the west coast of Australia and is 22 kilometres of pure white sand and turquoise water. It is considered world famous for its magnificent beach and camel rides at sunset are just one of the popular attractions that the beach has to offer.
Cottlesloe Beach (Perth, WA) – located just 15 minutes west of Perth this beach is popular for its superb beach, terraced lawns and numerous pubs and restaurants overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Whitehaven (Whitsundays, QLD) – is located along the Whitsunday coast in
and truly fits my ideal image of a beach, with 6kms of the purest white sand and turquoise coloured water. It is a nature lovers haven with no nearby pubs or shops just unspoiled views as far as you can see. Queensland
Wineglass Bay (Tasmania) – is located in the Freycinet National Park on the east coast of Tasmania, the park is about 2½ - 3 hours drive from either Hobart or Launceston via the Tasman Highway.
Bells (Victoria) – is located 71 kilometres south-west of Melbourne and is one of the best known surfing beaches in Australia. Every year on the Easter weekend they hold the Rip Curl Pro surfing competition at Bells Beach which brings the worlds best surfers to Australia.
The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever ~ Jacques Cousteau