Are you ready to get out of Melbourne and explore the amazing beaches of Victoria, Australia? From pristine landscapes and sandy shores to adrenaline pumping activities, this place has it all. Here is a list of the top 10 spectacular beaches ready to be discovered.

Bells Beach

For a world-class surfing experience head to the southern coast of Victoria. Here you will find the best of the best, a legendary surfing spot among all Victoria beaches. With an international reputation and amazing waves, Bells Beach is home to the oldest surfing carnival and numerous surfing competitions for the experienced ones. If you are more of a fan of less adventurous sports, try your luck in fishing or landscape photography because the views are fantastic!

Torquay

A mix of adrenaline adventures and relaxing vibes makes this beach a must-visit place and a great starting point for exploring the Great Ocean Road. Catch a perfect wave, make a sand castle, watch beautiful sunsets or feel the soft sand on your feet while running along the shore. It’s up to you because this cool beach paradise has it all.

St Kilda

Are you looking for a beach next to the city center? Head to St Kilda, a popular sandy heaven and one of the most visited Victoria beaches. Located only 6 kilometers from Melbourne, this is a favorite holiday destination for all swimmers, sunbathers and joggers. If watersports are your thing, choose the most interesting from the menu of windsurfing, sailing, jet skiing, paddle boarding or kitesurfing. A fun can start!

Brighton

A picturesque beach with colorful bathing boxes is one of the iconic Victoria beaches and a must-visit for all creative souls. So grab your camera and go hunting for some Insta-worthy photos or explore galleries along the shore. Find refreshments in crystal clear water, try surfing or fishing or indulge yourself in amazing tastes of the local delicacies from the restaurants nearby. Living like a local was never so easy!

Sorrento Beach

If you are looking for beautiful scenery in combination with interesting activities, do not miss Sorrento beach. From the moment you arrive, it will amaze you with its scenic foreshore and fabulous jetties along the waterfront. Here you can have a unique experience of swimming with the dolphins, exploring walking and hiking trails along the shore, enjoying watersports or going hunting for a different fish species. Active vacation was never so appealing!

Portsea Beach

Portsea Beach is a hidden gem unavoidable for all adventure seekers. With its amazing rock formations and major reefs, this beautiful spot will be a perfect place for you if you are a surfing or rock-fishing enthusiast. Due to its location and wave height, it is recommended only for the experienced ones.

Williamstown Beach

Williamstown Beach is one of those small sandy paradises that will delight you at first glance. It can get pretty busy during the summer days, so come early to find a perfect spot. It is also an ideal place for having a cold drink after a long day of sunbathing and swimming. Don’t forget to admire the sunsets or city skylines because the views are spectacular!

Moridalloc Beach

Do you want to spend the day at the beach with the whole family? Moridalloc Beach is a place for you. Besides being a great combination of sand and ocean, this relaxed beach also offers various picnic areas with BBQ, children’s playgrounds, interesting biking trails and an excellent restaurant. There is something for every family member!

Cape Woolamai

For all those searching for an intact landscape, golden sand and a relaxed atmosphere, this is a place to be. Prepare for amazing ocean views, a scenic mix of pink granite and rock pools and enjoy the sounds of nature. Here you can try out your surfing skills or stroll around exploring Australian wildlife. You’ll love this beach especially if you’re a passionate bird-watcher.

Thirteenth Beach

This popular surfing beach is actually a must-visit for all couples and solo travelers looking for a perfect scenery. With its sandy coastline, Thirteenth Beach is ideal for long romantic walks with a sound of ocean as the background. It is also a great sunset-watching spot, so take your loved one and be ready to capture scenic moments. 

 

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