Top 5 Australian beach holiday destinations

With over 50,000kms of coastline surrounding Australia you can find some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. From the famous beaches of Bondi, Wineglass Bay, Whitehaven Beach and Fraser Island to top surf beaches and quiet, secluded spots, Australia has it all.

Best Beach Holidays in Sydney

You can't get more iconic than the beaches of Sydney. Nothing beats swimming, running, or walking along the beaches of Bondi, Bronte, Manly and Coogee. Further afield, Sydneysiders flock to the amazing beaches of the North and Central Coast. Find your perfect beach side holiday rental right here.

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Best Beach Holidays on the Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road has some truly magnificent beaches. From famous surfing beaches like Bells Beach to family friendly areas such as Lorne and Apollo Bay. A trip along the Great Ocean Road is not complete without a visit to the Twelve Apostles and some koala spotting at Wye River.

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Best Beach Holidays on the Gold Coast

There are some really spectacular beaches along the Gold Coast.If you're looking for big waves and good nightlife then Surfers Paradise is the place for you. For quieter, family friendly beach holidays head to Broadbeach, Burleigh Heads or Rainbow Bay.No trip to the Gold Coast is complete without visiting some of the top theme parks in Australia.

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Best Beach Holidays in Byron Bay

Byron Bay is one of the most popular destinations for beach holidays in Australia. The area is well know for its gourmet food, artistic, hippy lifestyle and relaxed atmosphere.Top activities include walking along the Cape Byron walking track, learning to surf and sampling the top quality local fare.

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Best Beach Holidays in Margaret River

Originally a laid back surfers town, Margaret River has now become something of a food lover's haven. It offers some amazing rugged coastline, squeaky clean sandy beaches and turquoise water. Die hard surfers are often found at Surfers Point. For those not into surfing there are plenty of top wineries around to keep them amused. View beach houses in Margaret River >