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We certainly can’t list them all, but here is our team’s favourites beaches in the region.

Coles Bay Beaches

Are you dreaming of turquoise waters, soft white sand, and breathtaking coastal views? Then look no further than Coles Bay, Tasmania, where a string of idyllic beaches awaits your exploration.

Nestled beneath the majestic Hazards mountains, Coles Bay offers a diverse selection of beaches, each with its own unique charm and appeal. Whether you’re seeking family fun, serene relaxation, or adventurous exploration, you’ll find the perfect stretch of sand to suit your desires.

Wineglass Bay: The crown jewel of Coles Bay, boasting world-famous white sand, calm waters, and iconic granite peaks. Perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and soaking in the stunning scenery.

Friendly Beaches: True to its name, this sheltered bay offers calm waters and soft sand, ideal for families with young children. Build sandcastles, splash in the waves, and enjoy a relaxing picnic.

Richardson’s Beach: A local favourite, offering stunning views of Great Oyster Bay and gentle waves for swimming and bodyboarding.

Hazards Beach: This dramatic beach is exposed to the elements, making it a haven for surfers and experienced swimmers. Hike the coastal cliffs for breathtaking panoramas or challenge yourself with the thrilling surf.

Muirs Beach: Explore the rocky intertidal pools teeming with marine life, perfect for snorkeling and discovering the wonders of the underwater world.

Honeymoon Bay: Hike through coastal heathland to reach this secluded gem, known for its pristine beauty and calm waters. Enjoy a picnic in this hidden paradise.

Wineglass Bay

Friendly Beaches

Hazards Beach

Richardsons Beach

Bicheno Beaches

Beyond the captivating Little Penguins, Bicheno offers a treasure trove of stunning beaches, each with its own unique personality. Whether you’re seeking sun-kissed relaxation, exhilarating watersports, or a haven for wildlife encounters, Bicheno’s shores cater to diverse desires.

For the Relaxed Beachgoer

Denison Beach: Renowned for its pristine white sand and sheltered waters, perfect for swimming, building sandcastles, and soaking up the sun. Families love its calm waves and easy access from town.

Waubs Bay: A local favourite for swimming, bodysurfing, and picnicking under shady Norfolk pines. Patrolled by lifesavers in summer, it offers a safe and relaxing environment for all ages.

Redbill Beach: Explore the rocky granite outcrops framing this beach, offering fantastic tidal pools for curious minds. At low tide, connect to Diamond Island, a nature reserve rich in birdlife.

For the Water Enthusiast

Goulding’s Beach: Known for its strong rips and currents, this beach is best admired from afar or enjoyed by experienced surf lifesavers and bodysurfers. Witness its impressive power from a safe distance.

Denison Beach

Redbill Beach

Waubs Beach

Swansea & Dolphin Sands Beaches

As you set your sights on Swansea and Dolphin Sands, prepare to dive into a world of captivating beaches, each offering a unique experience. Whether you seek serene relaxation on sheltered shores, adventurous walks along endless stretches of sand, or breathtaking views of Great Oyster Bay, this coastline has something for everyone.

Swansea’s Charm

Jubilee Beach: Swansea’s central beach, known for its calm waters and gentle waves, makes it ideal for families with young children. Build sandcastles, picnic under the sun, or enjoy a refreshing swim. Keep an eye out for dolphins and whales while soaking up the stunning views towards Freycinet National Park.

Spiky Beach: Short but sweet, this gem offers a sheltered pocket for a quick dip or relaxed sunbathing. Perfect for a quiet escape with its picturesque backdrop of Freycinet.

Dolphin Sands’ Exhilaration

Nine Mile Beach: Stretching for a breathtaking 13km, this pristine beach is a haven for beach walks, picnics, and soaking up the vastness of the ocean. Enjoy uninterrupted stretches of sand, perfect for long walks, horseback riding, or sandboarding.

Bagot Point: Marking the eastern end of Nine Mile Beach, this scenic spot offers panoramic views across Great Oyster Bay and towards the Hazards mountains. Witness stunning sunrises and sunsets, or explore the rocky coastal formations teeming with marine life.

Jubilee Beach

Nine Mile Beach

Spiky Beach