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8 Secret beaches around Australia that you must visit this summer!

by Hannah Schmith |

This year is the perfect opportunity for us to get out and explore more of our own back yard! Australia is known for
some of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world, so grab your best gals and start planning that
staycation with our list of some of the best beaches below.

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Indijup Natural Spa, Margaret River
As the name suggests, this little swimming hole is a hidden rock pool located on the edge of the Indian Ocean. The rock formations surrounding the pool create soothing little waterfalls if the tides are calm. It's best to visit this spot in the early morning while to soak up the natural beauty.

Mettams Pool, City of Stirling

You'll want to pack your snorkel to explore the calm, clear waters of this sheltered beach. The shallow swimming spot is alive with marine treasures and some of the bluest waters you'll see!
Resolute Beach,  Forestville
The cove of Resolute Beach offers up a secluded tropical paradise with views looking over the Pittwater Basin. The turquoise water is warmest in the summer months from December to April, and this spot is a real hidden gem!

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Dream Time Beach, Fingal Head
This lush outcrop is a little off the beaten track, but is perfect for a long day basking in the sun and taking dips in the waves. Take your umbrella and picnic basket and set up for the day.

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Blue Pearl Bay, Whitsundays

Blue Pearl Bay is a stunning stretch of beach along the western side of Hayman Island is only accessible by boat, seaplane or helicopter, but rest assured it is worth it! Think crystal clear waters, dreamy white sand and raw, untouched beauty!


Fairy Pools, Noosa

These natural sea pools are hidden along the coast of Noosa National Park. The hike along the rocky shoreline will lead you to a group of tidal pools where you can take a dip protected from the ocean waves. 


 The Blue Pool, Shell Beach

Shell Beach is a hidden oasis inside Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park. Not only is it an amazing spot to camp, but this little pool has gorgeous clear water and is the perfect place to float your troubles away. The rockpool is also easily accessible on foot from Shell beach - head down the stairs to the beach from the carpark, turn right and keep walking until you reach the headland. The rock pool is just a little further along.


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Donnington Beach, Lincoln National Park

If you're looking for a postcard worthy paradise, this one is for you! Donnington boasts endless clear blue waters and a pristine stretch of white sand. However, this untouched beauty comes at a price, and is located about an 8 hour drive from Adelaide. The perfect excuse for a road trip!