Australia, 10 most beautiful beaches – around the world
Sydney – Coastlines (thousands of kilometres), beaches (more than 12 thousand), nature tours and marine animals are among the first factors chosen by travelers wanting to discover Australia. Each year the Tourism Board, in collaboration with Beach Ambassador Brad Farmer, environmentalist and coastal conservationist, publishes a ranking of the 10 best Australian beaches to inspire travelers and sea lovers. It is difficult to reduce the number to 10 because the selection is so wide, it was difficult to make a rating; But in the end, for the first time this year, a beach in South Australia is among the winners. It’s Stokes Bay on Kangaroo Island, chosen for its looks, family-friendly amenities, and access to snorkeling. After the disastrous bushfires that devastated Kangaroo Island in 2019, the Best Beach award has been hailed, not least because the small island’s wildlife and biodiversity are coming back to life.
In second place, Tourism Australia chose Boomerang Beach on the North Central Coast of New South Wales, the beach just over three hours from Sydney is known for its crystal clear waters, perfect conditions for swimming and surfing, and an abundance of marine life too as the sunsets and sunrises are breathtaking .
Third place in the ranking is Rainbow Beach, in Queensland, a beach of more than 70 kilometers that leads from Noosa to Rainbow Beach Town and can be traveled by off-road vehicle between colorful cliffs and clear waters. It is a paradise for sea lovers but also for those who like to do sports immersed in the most pristine nature.
Along the southwestern coast of Victoria, along the Great Ocean Road, one of the most scenic coastal roads in the world, Apollo Bay is located, fourth in the ranking of the best beaches in the country. It is 3 kilometers long, sandy and crescent-shaped, surrounded by rolling green hills. Sheltered from the wind and high waves, it is ideal for families but also for those who want to learn to surf.
Adventure Bay, in southeastern Tasmania, ranks fifth in the rating: this is a quiet and picturesque bay, located on Bruny Island. It is 7 km long, protected by rubber trees and ideal for bush walks and water sports. The name is a tribute to the British ship Tobias Furneaux, which was the first to dock in Tasmania in 1773.
In sixth place in the ranking is Hamelin Bay, a bay located on the southwestern coast of Western Australia, between Cape Leeuwen and Cape Naturaliste. It’s a wide expanse of shimmering white sand, fringed by crystal clear turquoise waters, perfect for snorkeling or scuba diving.
Little Bondi Beach, in the Northern Territory, ranks seventh: It’s a 200-metre white sand beach, fringed by high red cliffs, which cut down on waves and keep the tide always low.
We return to Tasmania, off the northwest coast, for the beach that ranks eighth: it is Britain’s Admiralty Beach, on King Island, a beach surrounded by a rugged coastline with the possibility of hiking, surfing or diving in the sea. debris.
On Christmas Island, in northern Australia and not far from the coast of Indonesia, is Flying Fish Cove, a flying fish cove, ranked in the penultimate position. It is a diving paradise and the main resort of the small island famous for the colorful migration of millions of red crabs.
In tenth place is Balmoral, Mossman Beach in Sydney. Capital Beach, tops the charts thanks to its turquoise waters, pristine white sands, and beautiful promenade. (handle).
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