Australia has an endless number of beaches and so hard to say which are best as they are all good. Here are a few that if you have a chance are worth visiting.
Bells Beach in Victoria is home to the world's longest running professional surfing beaches and great for surfing.
Bondi needs little introduction and one of the main beaches to be found in Sydney.
An expanse of white sand with a number of resorts along the edge near Broome in Western Australia.
A beautiful beach to the south of the Western Australia town of Denmark.
A collection of beaches to the west of Esperance in Western Australia.
There are many white sand beaches in Australia but one that is easy to reach is Jervis Bay in New South Wales.
The name gives it away as a beach made up of tiny coquina shells south of Denham in Western Australia.
A city centre beach at Newcastle in New South Wales with good surfing and the famous Bogey Hole which was cut from the rocks by convicts.
Ninety Mile Beach
One of the longest beaches in the world and so very easy to escape here. Lakes Entrance, Victoria.
A lonely cold beach at Strahan that looks out over the Southern Ocean. Strahan, Tasmania.
The main beach on the Gold Coast with plenty of sand, good surf and close to the numerous man made attractions that characterize the Gold Coast.
A pristine 6km long beach in the Whitsundays and the one you often see on photographs to represent Australia, you need to travel by boat to reach Whitehaven Beach.