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Beaches in Victoria, Australia

Posted on 21/07/2017 in island by

If you’re heading to Australia and Victoria be sure then to check out the Victoria beaches at Frankston.

These long, wide, safe sandy bay beaches are ideal for swimming, snorkelling and diving,

With excellent launch facilities, they are also popular for boating, while foreshore reserves are great for picnics and barbecues.

There are a number of lovely small, sandy bay beaches between Mount Eliza and Mornington including Daveys Bay, Canadian and Half Moon bays, Ranelagh and Sunnyside beaches and there are also a number of safe, sandy swimming beaches around the picturesque bay harbour of Mornington and surrounding areas.

These include Mills, Scout, Shire Hall, Mothers, Royal and Fishermans beaches.

One of my very favourites is Cosmopolitan St Kilda Beach, one of Melbourne’s most popular attractions.

During the summer months, it’s the venue for many events including volleyball, triathlons, outdoor promotions, cycling and in-line skating.

St Kilda beach is home to the famous St Kilda Pier, and is close to many cafes, restaurant, specialty shops, and of course Luna Park.

Home of the renowned Brighton bathing boxes, Brighton is one of Melbourne’s safest and sandiest swimming beaches. If you’re visiting form overseas, Melbourne is easy to get to thanks to cheap international flights to Australia.

Stroll along Middle Brighton Pier, relax in beautiful historic gardens or soak up magnificent city views.

Nearby, visit the historic Middle Brighton Sea Baths and many galleries, antique shops, and exquisite seaside restaurants and cafes for a visit to the beach with a difference.

While we’re in Victoria we mustn’t forget the world-famous Bells Beach, the Victorians would never forgive us……

One of Australia’s most famous surfing beaches Bells Beach is known for its world-renowned Easter Surfing Classic and is located near Torquay on the southern coast of Victoria, 71 km south-west of Melbourne.

If you like to surf then this Aussie icon is a must visit.

Whichever of the Victoria beaches you decide to visit I’m sure you’ll………………enjoy.