Top 10 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns in Australia

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  1. An Australian coastal town named Port Fairy is located in southwest Victoria. At the point where the Moyne River meets the Great Australian Bight, it is located on the Princes Highway in the Shire of Moyne, 290 kilometers (180 miles) west of Melbourne and 28 kilometers (17 miles) west of Warrnambool.

    This Great Ocean Road treasure was chosen as the world's most livable town in 2012. Since then, Port Fairy has increased the sentimentality of the oceanside by showcasing a beautiful shoreline setting and historic streetscape, as well as a burgeoning dining scene (try Coffin Sally for pizza and mixed drinks or Conlan's Wine Store for good and complex passage paired with regional wines). Port Fairy also boasts a year-round calendar of celebrations of every kind.

    In March, the Port Fairy Folk Festival (Folkie to the locals) causes a commotion on the streets. To witness muttonbird rookeries on Griffiths Island in the late spring, bridge the Moyne River Boulevard, go horseback riding in the countryside, or go to Macarthur's lame liquid magma fountain and Crater Lake at Mt Eccles.

    Location: Victoria

  2. A concession from the Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation is necessary to visit Gallery (also known as East Woody Beach), a spotless waterfront environment. The Gove Peninsula's northernmost point, Cape Wirawawoi, is reached after 3.6 kilometers of leisurely sweeping turns along the beach facing north. The beach sits 2 kilometers to the south of Nhulunbuy and is surrounded by a number of beach ridges. It is reachable by road from Nhulunbuy.

    There are parking lots in the middle, at either end of a gravel road that runs parallel to the back of the beach. The Nhulunbuy sewage treatment plant is situated on the western end of the beach, close to the small Galaru hamlet. Areas of vibrant Yolngu culture connect to the sparkling wild. If you happen to have some good fortune and get to experience thriving native networks in person, the trip is definitely worthwhile.

    The recreation areas include stretches of open backcountry, hidden inland streams, and both sandy and rugged seashores. More than 260 different species of birds soar to the skies, boiling streams erupt, savannah woods abound with substantial untamed life, primitive wetlands overflow with fish, crocodiles, and spectacular marine creatures, and "remote" assumes sharp importance.

    Location: Nhulunbuy
  3. East of Gympie in Queensland, Australia's Wide Bay-Burnett region, lies a seaside community called Rainbow Beach. There were 1,103 people living in Rainbow Beach as of the 2011 census. It is a well-liked vacation spot both on its own and as a starting point for Fraser Island. Located 90 minutes' drive north of Noosa and directly across the lake from K'gari's southernmost point (Fraser Island), Rainbow Beach gives you a taste of the K'gari experience without the openness problems (and cost).

    You (and the kids) will be engaged in the ocean side's gentle surf for a considerable amount of time. Ride them on a boogie board or appreciate them from the beach by bouncing on a pony. Climbing in and around Cooloola National Park is highly renowned, as is fishing in the area.

    The Surf Life Saving Club and Sport and Rec Club both offer bistro-style dinners as food options. The Plantation Hotel offers a somewhat more upscale option, or just stop in for a sassy dusk G&T with stunning views of the ocean side.

    Location: Queensland, Australia
  4. The small waterfront village of Bundeena is tucked away in the center of the Royal National Park. With its segregated sea coasts, uncrowded hedge walks, and very close local region, it is a ship trip and a world away from Sydney's bustling rural areas.

    The issue in this case is accessibility, not moderateness. There are no inns, so you must compete with locals for use of their holiday houses. Most business owners get involved over the holiday season but let loose in early January. Bundeena Treehouse, a one-room, one-bathroom uphill getaway, serves as an example.

    Jibbon Beach
    is a beautiful place to swim but is only accessible via bush walk or kayak. On one side of the ocean, there are significant Aboriginal stone sculptures made by the traditional Dharawal owners. Rent a kayak at the Bonnie Vale excursion area, paddle the Port Hacking River for some lunchtime fried fish and fries, or try to schedule your visit with the monthly Bundeena Saltwater Market.

    Location: New South Wales
  5. Never heard of Marcoola before? We are not surprised. We love being here because the small Sunshine Coast town continues to be overlooked in favor of its neighboring cities of Noosa and Maroochydore. Find unpopulated seashores, the Maroochy River at its secondary channel, and lots of lush parklands that provide the perfect location for a family barbecue.

    The most amazing thing to do in Marcoola is very little. Additionally, for a comprehensive view of the coast and hinterland whenever you need to get your heart pumping, stroll up Mt. Coolum's highest point. Marcoola is home to the urban areas of Town of Seaside and Mount Coolum Shores, as well as a portion of the pristine Mount Coolum National Park, the Maroochy River, and the Maroochy River Catchment Area.

    The Sunshine Coast Airport is situated inside the Marcoola city limits. The Marcoola coastline region contains a number of "nationally important wetlands" and "protected area" areas and is a part of the Temperate East Marine Region of the Australian Commonwealth.

    Location: Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia
  6. Second Valley is a part of the Yankalilla District Council's local government region, the Mawson State Electoral District, and the Mayo Federal Division. Calling Second Valley lazy is a compliment since it is so unassuming and simple in its convenience options - the band park is your best bet - that it leaves you with nothing better to do than to merely bask in the breathtaking magnificence of your surroundings.

    The name comes from the fact that it is the valley to the north of Rapid Bay, where Colonel William Light's first camp on the South Australian peninsula was located. It is a well-liked scuba diving location. The variety of activities and chances for exploration have been mentioned as contributing factors in the ranking of Second Valley as one of Australia's top ten beaches despite its tiny size.

    Follow the river's broad valley along the ocean to a chasm through which the little Parananacooka Creek flows. The boulevard that runs alongside the water displays utter grandeur. In addition, a small headland is connected to a north-bending stone ocean side toward the west by rock reefs.

    Location: South Australia
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    "With Byron Bay becoming increasingly crowded and overvalued, many now refer to Yamba, 120 kilometers to the south, as "the new Byron"." It's a phrase we came up with back in 2019, but despite all the attention, Yamba manages to maintain its clear quintessence and strong sense of place.

    The late spring days in this sleepy town, which is located 300 kilometers south of Brisbane and 682 kilometers north of Sydney, are spent exploring its renowned seashores. Angourie, which is renowned for having arguably the best surf breakers in the nation, is a little further away from home.

    The town falls asleep earlier than expected and lacks the nighttime energy you may find in the lauded Byron and Noosa areas. Whatever the case, that is merely a component of the allure. Due to the pressure of its burgeoning renown, Yamba refuses to move at any speed other than its own.

  8. Denmark, a bustling small town in the extreme south of Western Australia, is known for its beautiful seascapes and a nearby locality that is passionate about producing award-winning wines and high-quality cuisine. In mid-2021, a vote was also possibly cast for the Australian town with the friendliest population.

    Denmark is a small rural town where the main economic activities are the growing of dairy products, beef cattle, orchards, and lumber. Wine growers are attracted by the soil and climate, and tourism is Denmark's fastest-growing industry. In Wilson Inlet, commercial fishing isn't very common. Danish harbors don't exist.

    The Western Australian College of Agriculture - Denmark, a working farm and educational facility for students in Years 10, 11, and 12, is located in the town. It offers specialized education in farming and farm-related topics on its 560-hectare (1,400-acre) campus. The Denmark Senior High School is also located there.

    Aside from the talkative locals, Denmark's seashores are a major lure. Try Light Beach for waves or the serene Greens Pool waterhole for swimming. Grab a hand-crafted pie from Denmark Bakery after a day of swimming before tackling the charming section of the Bibbulmun Track in the direction of Walpole. To reach the Valley of the Giants' Treetop, continue walking the complete distance there. It is hypnotic to stroll through the forest of 400-year-old trees.

    Location: Southwest Australia
  9. 256 kilometers (159 miles) south of Perth, in Western Australia's South West, is the town of Yallingup. Due to its beaches, limestone caverns, and closeness to Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Yallingup is a well-liked tourist attraction.

    You know you're in for a treat when pristine seashores meet world-class wines. Over the past ten years, Yallingup has altered in the Margaret River district under observation. It is currently the primary Australian town for Australian Traveler, and ironically, summer is the busiest travel season.

    While the pristine tidal pond at Yallingup Beach does more than just satisfy swimmers and swimmers, Yallingup has long been known for deceiving in the loop surfers. Like its neighbor Margaret, Yallingup is a favorite among foodies. Food is offered for every conceivable palate, with delectable options like Chow's Table, Little Fish, and The Studio. Try Wills Domain and Swings & Roundabouts if you're looking for wineries. Yallingup's beaches, including Three Bears, Yallingup, Smiths Beach (with Supertubes), and Injidup, are popular spots for surfing and fishing.

    Location:Western Australia
  10. On the Bellarine Peninsula, close to Queenscliff in Victoria, Australia, there is a beach community called Point Lonsdale. The City of Greater Geelong and the Borough of Queenscliffe share the town. Another headland that frames The Rip, the entrance to Port Phillip, along with Point Nepean is Point Lonsdale. The Point Lonsdale Lighthouse dominates the headland. There were 2,684 people living in Point Lonsdale as of the 2016 Census. Due to its prominence as a vacation spot, the population increases quickly from the summer to the Easter season.

    The seaside gem of Bellarine is Point Lonsdale, or Lonny to the locals. For those who are aware of it, this tiny community at the tip of the promontory rewards them with an abundance of fascinating little stores and bistros to explore. There are other ways to fill your schedule than sitting on a towel all day. Stretch your legs by walking to the notable beacon, swimming in the safe ocean side, or playing nine holes on the nearby fairway.

    Location: Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia

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