Surprising that I never knew before

the bright curving of this bay, 

the way the washed sand crimps the light.           (The solitary walker)

I'm draw to the beach, sand between my toes, breeze in my face the sound of the waves, to be able to see across the horizon

What would Australia be without it's beaches.  They are iconic, know throught the world , the Great Ocean  Road, Gainsborough National Park, Whitehaven, Port Douglas, Cape Tribulation, Cape York.


Collections of beautiful beachscapes from the east  coast of Australia.

 Cape York Looking north, north east to York Island

Cape York

The tip and surrounding beaches stunning, remote rugged.

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Daintree and Cape Tribulation

Where the forrest meets the Reef. The forrest and beaches are as they were since time began.

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 Port Douglas look out looking south along Four Mile Beach

Four Mile Beach

Port Douglas tourist mecca and tropical paradise, home to the beautiful Four Mile Beach, walk the beach breathe and relax.

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 Inskip Channel beautiful clean sand and pristine crystal clear water rich with marine life

Inskip Point

Just over 80km north of Noosa Heads. Rainbow beach a small resort village home to the colored sands and Inskip point the the ferry crossing point to Fraser Island.

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Burrum Point

Burrum Point is a located south of Woodgate in the Burrum Coast National Park known for it's flower-laden heath, pristine coastal plains, nationally-significant wetlands and the bountiful coastline of northern Hervey Bay

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1770 & Wreck Rocks

Wreck Rocks, located in the Deep Water National Park south of Agnes Water and 1770.  The beach is composed of coarse sand and a steep drop this makes for very interesting patterns in the sand as water drains when the tide recedes.

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Sandon River - Clarence Coast NSW

Perched on a sandy peninsular by the Sandon River mouth located on the beautiful on the beautiful Clarence Coast Northern NSW., Sandon River campground presents a river on one side and protected ocean on the other with Plover Island accessible at low tide. Not only does this mean million-dollar views, but easy access for fishing, swimming and boating.

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Whitehaven - Whitsundays

Whitehaven Beach is a pristine beach on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. Whitehaven Beach boasts brilliant white silica sand that is among the purest in the world.

At the northern end of Whitehaven Beach is Hill Inlet, a stunning inlet where the tide shifts the sand and water to create a beautiful fusion of colours. Many people claim Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach are the most beautiful places they've ever seen.

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Smalleys Beach Goldsborough National Park

Cape Hillsborough National Park is one of the most striking and peaceful places on the Central Queensland coast. It's teeming with life and diverse habitats—from rainforest and eucalypts, to mangroves, beaches and rocky headlands. It's a brilliant place to hike, picnic, boat, fish, relax and explore.

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Magnetic Island

ONLY 25 minutes by passenger ferry from Townsville, Magnetic Island is located approximately half way between Cairns and the Whitsundays/Airlie Beach. It is within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage  area.

The island boasts 23 pristine bays and beaches, although many of these are only accessible by boat.

Magnetic Island has four main residential bays, Picnic, Nelly, Geoffrey and Horseshoe.
Captain Cook never landed on Magnetic Island while sailing past on June 7th, 1770, it was the incident, recorded in his journal, where the ship's magnetic compass ‘would not travis well when near it’  that gave the island its name. He then named it 'Magnetical Island or Headland' he wasn't even sure if it was an island or a peninsula.

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