Discover Australia’s less known paradise beaches

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Australia has over 30,000 kilometers of coastline that form thousands of paradisiacal beaches. The diverse beaches and their various offerings make it impossible to visit all in a single vacation, but if you want to get off the beaten track—or want some level of exclusivity—you will love this list of Australia’s lesser known but stunning beach paradises.

Lucky Bay, Esperance

Tucked away from the rest of Western Australia behind headlands and granite peaks, Lucky Bay is a little untouched haven in the wilderness of Cape Le Grand National Park. Bush and underbrush around the beach are disturbed only by occasional kangaroos. There is plenty of space to enjoy solitude of mountainous peaks and the powdery sand, and the glassy blue water is both visually relaxing and cold to the touch. Barely commercialised, the beach only sees a small crowd of tourists year-round.

Cylinder Beach, North Stradbroke Island

Southeast Queensland offers a worthwhile alternative to those who want to avoid the frequented Main Beach: Cylinder Beach. The beach boasts a combination of azure waters and white sands, but what endears this jewel more is its suitability to families with small kids who can flirt with the shallow water kissing the shore. The beach is accessible and lies a few minutes from the city centre. What more, it is constantly patrolled, so everyone is assured of safe swim on family day.

Edithvale Beach, Port Phillip Bay

Famous for the image of boatsheds and bathing boxes, Edithvale Beach accommodates people who want to avoid the crowded St. Kilda Beach and Williamstown Beach on a typical summer day. The Edithvale Lifesaving Club protects its swimmers, while the Kingston Boatshed Association handles the upkeep of the beach and the maintenance of the historic bathing boxes. Showers, shops, toilets, and parking areas are provided in this patrolled beach.

Redgate Beach, Cargardup

Surfers who are up to challenge the waves can head to Redgate Beach, about 10 kilometers south-west of Margaret River town. There are two things that expert surfers will like about this beach: first, it has big waves to get your adrenaline pumping; second, it is totally unpatrolled, which escalates the excitement for riding rips rolling into Calgardup Bay. At any time of day, the beach offers a vantage point for viewing the rusting hull of SS Georgette wreck.

Rainbow Beach, Fraser Coast

Offering numerous activities other than the famous 4WD, Rainbow Beach in Queensland is the gateway to the diverse Cooloola National Park. Boating, surfing and fishing are for those missing the touch of the salty water; otherwise, tourists can marvel at the colourful sands located about two kilometers from the beach. The Carlo Sand Blow, a 120-metre-high sand dune, provides an exceptional view of the forest and the sea as well as a great point for hang-gliding.

Visit beaches in Australia

Many tourists who travel Australia include the beaches in their itinerary. Others who hold a tourists visa with work rights can also enjoy the extra income in crabbing and prawning in regional areas. An Australian visa is a great way to enjoy the continent-island and take advantage of its numerous offerings. Contact National Visas to find out if you are eligible for an Australian tourist or working holiday visa. With the company’s experienced migration agents, you can rest assured that your visa needs are in expert hands.

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