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Area: Hervey Bay Area

75 Mile Beach

In the great tradition of many Australian place names, 75 Mile Beach on Fraser Island, was so named because it is approximately 75 miles long. Due to the constant movement of sea and sand, it's not always exactly 75 miles long, but then, ‘75.173 Mile Be

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Area: Yamba Area

Angourie Beach

Angourie Beach was declared a National Surfing Reserve in 2007, the second site in Australia to be recognised for its significance to recreational surfing and, as such, is considered sacred by Australian surfers.

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Area: Port Stephens Area

Anna Bay Beach

The dunes behind Birubi Beach at Anna Bay constitute the largest coastal sand mass in NSW and are a popular spot for activities such as quad-biking, sand-boarding, 4WD touring and camel rides.

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Area: Sarina Area

Armstrong Beach

Armstrong Beach is renowned for fishing and prawning, these activities are best attempted from the beach, a Four Wheel Drive is required to launch a boat from the beach. From Armstrong Beach head to freshwater point, which is where Captain Cook first lan

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Area: Adelaide

Glenelg Beach

Glenelg Beach is the most popular spot in Adelaide

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