Prepared for Australian Beaches

Sun and sand

OVERVIEW

A sampling of Australia's best beach destinations


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20 - 25 March

Byron Bay

Mainland Australia's easternmost town is a melting pot of surf culture, alternative lifestyles and hedonistic pursuits.

Byron Bay's endless beaches and reliable surf breaks have been attracting surfers for years. But today, its beaches draw visitors for meditation, walking and sheltered swimming, as much as their tubular waves.

Kayak through clear waters beside a pod of bottlenose dolphins in Cape Byron Marine Park, or snorkel or scuba dive among sea turtles at Julian Rocks. Hit the popular right-hand point break, The Pass, halfway between Main Beach and the Cape Byron Headland. Ride along isolated Seven Mile Beach on horseback or practice yoga while overlooking the ocean at Beachside Yoga and Massage.

And while the beautiful beaches may draw visitors to Byron Bay, most people soon discover that the hinterland is also worth exploring. With its green rolling hills, fertile farmlands, historic towns and rainforest, it offers a scenic and cultural contrast to Byron's beach lifestyle.

Cruise the maze of country roads and you'll soon discover numerous eco-friendly, alternative lifestyle communities and tiny, picturesque villages. The hinterland is home to some of the state's best fine dining experiences and shopping, as well as World Heritage-listed tracts of ancient, untouched rainforest.

By Australia.com

Destination Information

Weather

Warm, sunny and dry

Accommodation

Luxe

Travel Logistics

Flight + Car Rental

Scenery

Beach, Coast

Activities

Beach, Hiking, Kite Surfing, Paddle Boarding, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Sky Diving, Snorkeling, Spa, Surfing

25 - 20 March

Hamilton Island

From water sports on aqua seas to colourful sunsets, Hamilton Island is an excellent place to unwind.

It's easy to see why this little slice of heaven is one of Australia's most desirable holiday destinations. With its white beaches, famous teal waters and an abundance of marine life, "Hamo" – as it's affectionately known to locals – is the largest and busiest inhabited island in the Whitsundays, an archipelago of 74 scenic islands off the Queensland coast.

Hamilton Island has a population of about 1000 and its own airport, post office and supermarket, as well as a range of accommodation options for visitors. It is a convenient base from which to explore nearby Whitehaven Beach, Heart Reef and the Great Barrier Reef.

Head out by boat, helicopter or seaplane to explore the region's underwater treasures before settling down for a picnic on a secluded strip of soft, white silicone-sand beach. It doesn’t get much better than this!

By Australia.com



Destination Information

Weather

Warm, sunny and dry

Accommodation

Luxe/ Ultra

Travel Logistics

Flight + Shuttle

Scenery

Beach, Coast

Activities

Beach, Boat Trip, Helicopter Tour, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Spa

Culture Shocks

English Level:

Spoken Throughout

Foodborne Illness:

Very Low Risk

Petty Crime:

Extremely Low

Local Infrastructure:

Good

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