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Famous Australian Beaches
Ever lounge yourself in the cool waters? Take a dip with the famous Australian Beaches.

The Bondi Beach

A beach mecca for tourist, the Bondi Beach is the most well known beach in Australia. Tourist, lifesavers, surfers to sun worshipers, they abound the coast while enjoying the sun heat and the cool azure water. Bondi houses the Bondi Surf Bathers which is the oldest life saving club in the country.

The beach is a famous spot for tourist and celebrities. There abundant trendy restaurants and shops to enjoy the stay with. Outdoor dining is famous and much sought for.

Bells Beach

If Australian surfers had their own country, Bells Beach would be the capital. Everything about Bells Beach is geared for surfing. From the shops, to the number of major surf goods manufacturers who base their global operations there, to the chilled-out disposition of the locals themselves, it's clear that Bells Beach is a surf town.

Palm Beach

Named as the jewel of the North, it just an hour drive away from the Opera House in Sydney. It is in the heart of the landmark peninsula. Bountiful contrast of lush green bushland and golden sound abound the beach. Relaxing casually would be perfect for a weekend vacation.

Ansons Bay

A tiny fishing haunt of the far north eastern coast of the island. It was known as 'The Bay o' Fires'. It has a story of antiquity dating back about 1830.however it was isolated for many years. However, now it comes within the scope of modern circumstances. It is a famous as a premier bream fishing resort enjoying all those advantages in climate for which the East Coast is known. Numbers of campers and tourists visit it in the season, where homely accommodation and boats are given. What makes it unique? Here the remnants of all the fauna and flora tribes maintain their ways, but in greatly small numbers.

There are a lot more great beaches sprawled in Australia. It is best that when planning a trip, information about the places to go is available. Don't forget also to secure first your Australian Holiday Visa or ETA Visa to make your vacation possible. To date, trip to Australia is never maximized without plunging unto its waters. A dip is worth a visit.
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