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Old 06-02-2009, 10:26 AM
 
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Cool 5 Best Beaches In Australia

I know little about Australia and I have heard 5 best beaches must visit are

5. Coogee Beach
4. Manly Beach
3. Bronte Beach
2. Bondi Beach
1. Tamarama Beach

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Old 06-05-2009, 01:39 PM
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Haven't heard of Tamarama but other four are all about Sydney and you can do a lot better up the coast, down the coast and over in WA with heaps more, though not the same extent of city facilities.





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depends on wht do wanna do in the beach.. like scuba diving there r special beaches


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Interesting information thanks for sharing.


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if your looking for the best beaches. yeah Bondi i can say. but if you want the best views as an add-on then forget about Bondi beach:
-Durras (surfing, fishing, camping, swimming, hmmm and lots)
-Long Beach (popular for jet skiing)
-Batemans Bay in Canberra also very popular for tourists
-Surf Beach
-Broulee (there are two beaches in Broulee, the long one is a shallow beach where you can swim with kids. and the short beach is perfect for diving,snorkeling, and just swim)

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have not heard of Tamarama Beach, i hope to get there one of these days


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wow thanxfor the info. its great to know about austrailian beaches


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Best beach for me was at cape tribulation, it probably has a specific name! absolutely stunning.

Whitehaven beach was excellent too!

Also the beach at Byron Bay

I personally wasnt that impressed with either coogee or bondi, but out of the two coogee is nicer imo, not really sure what the fuss is about bondi.


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I just googled for the images and dang! they are pretty!


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I also considered Surfers Paradise Beach as best beaches in Australia. The surf is fantastic and you'll appreciate the breeze.


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