Australia has more than 47,000 kilometres of coastline and 10,685 beaches, according to the folk at Sydney Uni’s Coastal Studies Unit, who’ve somehow managed to count them all. And there’s no better way to get to know them than from the thin walls of a tent. With the waves just a stumble away and surrounded by kangaroos, wombats and echidnas, beach camping is a great was to immerse yourselves in all the best Australia has to offer. To get you started, here’s the spots we reckon you’ll find some of the nation’s optimum beach camping conditions.
NOAH BEACH, DAINTREE NATIONAL PARK, QLD
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