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Many Singaporeans dream of visiting, surrounded by the sea, with its popular like Bondi Beach, and Surfers Paradise. But if you travel to Australia or go to the beach a lot, you’ll know there are many other beaches in Australia that have never heard of the scenery and beautiful.

1. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday IslandWhitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island

If you love taking walks by the beach, then you could walk forever on Whitehaven which stretches out to 7km of pure, white sand. It’s home to the Great Barrier Reef (which recently has suffered massive reef bleaching) but even though the reefs are not as majestic as they used to be, Whitehaven is still worth the visit for its blue waters and its seemingly endless beach.

2. Shelly Beach, Manly

Shelly Beach, Manly

This is different from its name, Shelley Beach is actually no beach on the shells. The water will only be up to 12 meters deep, which is a great place for those who want to dive or dive for marine life. If you’re finished bathe in the sun and soak in cool waters, Bush walks to follow the hugs of the Cape.

3. Fraser Island, Queensland

Fraser Island, Queensland

Fraser Island Beach is the world’s cultural heritage, also known as the world’s largest sand island. The beach itself is an absolute sight to see colored sand cliffs and natural tropical rainforest. You can also see wildlife on the island, from betrayal to turtles, depending on the time you visit and you will be able to see whales.

4. Little Beach Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia

Little Beach Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia

This beach in Western Australia, although not as big or extravagant (hence its name) as other beaches, is still being dubbed by locals and travellers alike as mesmerising and beautiful. Awarded the 2016 Traveler’s Choice Award by TripAdvisor, if you love a serene and quiet beach that you can have to yourself, look no further.

5. Cable Beach, Broome

Cable Beach, Broome

Located in Western Australia’s Kimberley area, Cable Beach offers a spectacular sunset view of the Indian Ocean like you’ve never seen before. Like many other beaches in Australia, the sand on the cable beach is as white as it can be, what makes it more beautiful and a different background is the red cliff.

In addition to being dinosaur footprints and being a good point of diving to find beads, you can also go to camels riding on the beach.

 

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