The color of the dunes change in the morning and evening light, complementing the stunning sunrises and sunsets at this isolated beach in Coorong National Park, 180km south-east of Adelaide.
One of the most popular beaches in the northern coast, stretching up to James Price Point.
Country's top-ranked swimming beaches. Only 40 minute drive from Esperance.
The longest expanse of undeveloped coastline in NSW, stretching 60km along the Northeast Coast.
Yellow limestone, pearly white sand, and crystal blue water make for unforgettable views at this campsite, 20km south of Margaret River.
World's longest beaches, open to the Pacific Ocean.
One of the many accessible beaches on the shipwreck coast near the Great Ocean Road and 12 Apostles.
White sand beaches and premiere access to the Great Barrier Reef.
Situated in the jointly Aboriginal-managed Booderee National Park - a 3hr drive south of Sydney - Caves Beach campsite is basic, with toilets, BBQs and cold-water showers available.
This tiny island has crystal blue waters, pristine sands, and camping is free.