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    IMHO this is the best beach in the world.
    You can get there in a regular sedan, but there're no facilities there, you have to take your own food and water. Thankfully it's only 90 minutes from a reasonable sized town.
    Lots of the best off-the-beaten-track places in Australia are very remote. Very. A well-stocked 4WD is necesary to access them.
    Don't underestimate how BIG Australia is, and how remote some of the places are.
    Phil from the safety hub over 8 years ago

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    The NSW North Coast, Newcastle and the Central Coast, the Sunshine Coast (as opposed to the Gold Coast), the Hunter region of NSW, the New England region of NSW, Broken Hill and the Outback, White Cliffs in NSW for opals and roughing it, the Mornington Peninsula and virtually any part of WA outside of Perth. over 8 years ago

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    Wow, it's a huge expanse... Port Stephens is only 50 minutes off the highway in nsw and is too awesome to b missed. Wilsons prom is great, and the koalas on Raymond island via a free ferry in Paynesville Victoria, are worthy of a snap or 6! This question could be th start f an epic book! over 8 years ago

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    I agree with North Coast. Newcastle and Port Macquarie were some of my favorite stops. As far as the Outback goes, I recommend Coober Pedy. I also say Cape Tribulation! Beautiful. over 8 years ago

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    Australia has some awesome beaches. Most of the beaches are well worth seeing. It just depends how much time you have as Australia is rather large over 8 years ago

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    The cape, hands down. Remote, spectacular, awasome friendly people. Just stay out and back from all water ways, the crocs and sharks are huge up here :) over 8 years ago

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