You can see those remote, isolated patches of sand with crystal clear water lapping ashore and a hammock strung from a palm tree.
If you plan to visit Queensland, here are the top 6 beaches to visit.
Coolangatta Beach, Gold Coast
Coolangatta is a golden cool beach where the water is great for body surfing and solid waves for the surfers out there and a morning walk or can stroll along the sand or the pedestrian footpath that can make a great start to any day.
You will also see two playgrounds for the kids and you can meal with spectacular views. You will find Raw Energy Cafe or stop by for a pizza across the road. The southern part of the Gold Coast and Coolangatta is especially attractive.
Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast
Burleigh Heads is the hottest family favorite of many. You can start the day by watching the amazing sunrise and the surfers taking on the world-class surf break on the beach.
Burleigh is a great swimming spot for kids. You will find a playground on the grass area and the cafe underneath the surf club makes great burgers with fabulous ocean views.
Rainbow Bay, Gold Coast
This beach is popular for the surf break of “Snapper Rocks,” which is also one of the world’s longest and most consistent points and holds the annual Quiksilver Pro World Surfing Event.
You can go inside Rainbow Bay Surf Club which offers great scenic views over Snapper Rocks and to Surfers Paradise.
Greenmount Beach, Gold Coast
Located next to Coolanagatta, Greenmount is the same stretch of beach. The corner is the best place for swimming with kids and there’s also great wave coming off the point for the surfers to enjoy.
Here an elevated walkway around Greenmount Headland gives you top views back of Coolangatta, Surfers Paradise and the guys riding the waves.
Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Fraser Island
75 Mile Beach on Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and is equally special. It’s a part of the Bruce Highway with strict road rules and cops around alert to catch hold of those who speed or drink drive. You can see the Eli Creek, the Maheno shipwreck, and wild dingos roaming and taking a scenic flight to get an amazing perspective of the beach and the island from the air.
Noosa Main Beach, Sunshine Coast
Noosa is one of the top three beaches in the South Pacific from around the world at the annual Noosa Festival of Surfing.
Some of the few beaches along Australia’s coastline that faces north is Noosa which is a great family beach. To take a surf lesson, Noosa is ideal for beginners.
You must not miss out on the spectacular coastal walk when on vacation through Noosa Heads National Park, and fashionable Hastings Street which runs along the beach and is filled with trendy cafes and boutique shopping. You can also eat at the Surf Club right on the beach.
These are some of the most popular and amazing Queensland beaches that you cannot miss out on visiting on your next trip to Queensland.