6 Australian Beaches to Chill Out This Spring

Rainbow Beach, QLD1. Rainbow Beach, Bay–Burnett, Queensland

Visit the most beautiful beach you have ever witnessed in your life. A golden gateway to paradise, Rainbow Beach is not short of natural attractions either. The Cooloola Section of the Great Sandy National Park makes it a smooth break for outdoors activities and some beach fun. Rainbow Beach is small enough to walk around. However, there are taxis available just in case you need to get to some of the caravan parks that are even further.

2. Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia

With temperature remaining around 30C even on a cooler day, Cable Beach is the best place to be at during Australian spring. Love strolling? Well, Cable Beach won’t let you down either. The beach stretches more than 22 Km with beautiful white sand. You can then complete your stroll by witnessing the Indian Ocean sunsets.

3. Belongil Beach, Byron Bay, New South Wales

Belongil Beach is a very popular beach in Byron because it is easily accessible and has a lot of activities to do around it.  There are some great surf breaks and snorkelling spot to explore. This quiet beach is a 9 hours drive from Sydney on a beautiful, pleasant highway along the eastern coast. The beach is a delight to visit during Byron Bay Writers Festival that kicks start from August.

4. Hope Beach, South Arm, Tasmania

Hope Beach is probably the best beach in the state of Tasmania. Although Tasmanian is much colder than the rest of Australia, the lack of light pollution still makes Hope Beach a great place to experience Aurora Australis. 

5. Cape Woolamai Beach, Phillip Island, Victoria

A beach off Philip Island, Cape Woolamai remains surfer’s paradise albeit temperature remaining a bit low at this time of year. In fact, the region is a declared national Surfing Reserve. For those starting from Melbourne, Cape Woolamai is one-hour drive from Springvale through French Island National Park.

6. Smalleys Beach, Cape Hillsborough, Queensland

While the southern states shiver in blistering cold, tropical Queensland remains as warm as ever, making it a perfect spot for Australian winter and spring. The beach is flanked on one side by the reefs and the other side lush green rainforest with around 150 species of migratory and domestic birds that frequent. This is also home to Kangaroos and Wallabies who love to visit the beach at Smalleys.

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