When you head to Melbourne for the first time, it’s probably a good idea to take some time to explore some of the city’s most beautiful beaches.
The Sunshine Coast and the South Coast have become renowned for their beachfront and luxury hotels, and it’s a wonder that the city hasn’t been more visited in recent years.
We’ve compiled a list of the best beaches in Melbourne that can’t be found anywhere else.
You won’t regret your trip if you visit one of the popular spots.
Read more Here’s our list of Melbourne’s most popular beaches, from most to least popular.
Read More What to do before you go:The Sunshine coast and the Adelaide Hills are the two most popular tourist hotspots in Melbourne, and you can spend hours walking through the beaches of these two areas.
If you’re coming for a leisurely stroll, the Sunshine Coast is perfect for a relaxing dip.
Alternatively, if you want to get away for a day or weekend, the Adelaide hills are also perfect for beach activities.
If you plan on spending a few days exploring the beaches, Melbourne is also a great option if you’re looking for a short stay.
If you’ve visited Melbourne before, you might have heard about the beaches on the South coast.
This is because the Sunshine coast is home to many of the world’s best beaches.
When you head north from Adelaide, you’ll find many of these beaches.
The Sunshine Coast has several popular beaches such as the South Beach, The Beach, and the Beach at the Beach.
The South Coast has many beautiful beaches, but there are some great beaches on other parts of the beach.
The Beach at The Beach is one of Melbournes most popular, with a total of nine beaches.
You can explore all of them at the beach, and there’s a great variety of sand and surf.
The best part about visiting The Beach at St Kilda is that it’s not a public beach, so you don’t need a passport or an event permit to get there.
This means you can enjoy the water without a tour operator.
You can also enjoy the beauty of the Sunshine and the south coast without having to visit any of the beaches listed above.
If your only goal is to enjoy the beach at StKilda, we suggest that you go to the North Coast and visit the Beach of Hope, which is another popular beach for sun lovers.