Billy Fresh | Top 5 Aussie Beaches March 30 2015
Have you thought about where the Billy Fresh Lifestyle can take you? Imagine kicking back, under the umbrella, on the beach, sipping a few nice mojitos and living it up in style. We've written a blog to set the scene on your closest beaches, the greatest places to take your Billy Fresh.
Torquay is all about seaside fun in the sun, located south west of Melbourne the town is famous for the world longest running surfing competition the Rip Curl Easter Pro. The world's best pro-suffers converge on Bells Beach for two days of fun filled beachside action. All your favorite famous colourful surfing brand retailers can be found in Torquay so make sure you stock-up.
Other outdoor activities such as fishing, sailing and hiking are on hand. Of course you may choose to enjoy the views from vast grassy foreshore while sitting under your striped Billy Fresh umbrella.
If you want to get way from the hustle and bustle of Sydney then Byron bay is the way. It offers over 30km of untouched non-commercialized beaches in and around town. Dependent on your lifestyle there is a little bit to suit everyone from family friendly, dog-friendly to isolated and nudist beaches for the adventurous "talk about outdoor entertaining".
Located Byron is famous for its large northward passage of mammalian wildlife migration; whale-watching is one of the common outdoor activities that attract thousands of tourists annually. Villas with a back patio offer a perfect vantage point for sea views.
It's known for its beautiful South Australian seaside backdrop, perfect for a getaway with friends, family and loved ones. Outdoor activities here are plentiful. Explore beautiful Little Dip Conservation Park, go 4 wheel driving and climb the sand dunes, pack a picnic and explore the rock pools, go for stunning cliff walks or spend the day fishing or exploring the colorful boutique stores in town.
Tropical Balmy days surrounded by forest and Coral Sea. Port Douglas is located in sunny Queensland about one hour drive north of Cairns, make sure you drive up and take in the spectacular coastal road. It is the one place on earth that two World Heritage listed sites exist, the Great Barrier Reef and rainforest of Daintree & Cape long. If you have not snorkeled the reef you owe it to yourself to do so, the inspiring array of wildlife and colour will leave you mesmerized. The tropical sun is harsh and burns very quickly so make sure you stay in the shade when outdoors.
When you think of the Western Australian Kimberley Region then think of Cable Beach, a must for anyone taking an R&R trip to the wild, Wild West. This unique beach is characterized by its huge tidal range. At low tide there are literally hundreds of meters of clear wet sand, take the opportunity to ride a camel across its vastness. Spectacular sunsets beam off the wet sand add a contrast of colour lighting up the crystal water.
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