Hyams Beach, NSW

Listed in the "guiness Book of Records" as having the whitest sand in the world is Hyams Beach inside the Jervis Bay area. It is a breathtakingly beautiful village located in Shoalhaven, NSW roughly 3 hours drive south of Sydney. The village is bordered by two national parks which gives Hyams Beach a "natural bush" feel with an abundance of native plants, animals, bird life and remains relatively untouched area. At the north end of the wide two km shoreline is a rock platform with its own sandy beach and a top snorkelling spot. With its water clear as glass, it is a true nature lovers paradise. Since Hyams rarely receives any swell other than a gentle shore break in a nor'easter, it makes a safe family beach. Hyams Beach will make a fantastic destination if you are looking for a quite family/couple getaway.
Palm Beach, NSW

Situated on Sydney's northern beaches just 50-minutes drive from the city centre is Palm Beach. Ideal for surfing and coastal walks, it offers great surf and easy walks along the beach. The beach wharf makes the perfect fishing spot for the kids and you can all unwind at a water side cafe. The northern end of the beach is the dramatic Barrenjoey Head with its historic Barrenjoey Lighthouse and keepers' cottage at the end of an easy 2.3 km walk. This section of the beach is popular with the experienced surfers looking for great waves. For a more protected environment for swimming, head to the southern end of the beach; a 35-metre ocean pool  is deep enough for laps but has a shallow end that's ideal for kids. If you are a fan of Home and Away, Palm Beach's idyllic scenery is also used for exterior filming of the soap opera as the fictional town of Summer Bay.
Bondi Beach, Sydney

Bondi Beach is known around the world for its pristine sands, reliable surf, seaside spirit and just seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Australia's most famous beach is proximately one kilometre long and is the widest beach in the  Sydney region. The average water mperature is 21 degrees during summer.  Most visitors will suit Bondi's mixture lifestyles, whether you're drawn to the fashionable northern end or the surface-crazy south. Bondi is home to the numerous youth hostels with backpackers congregate mainly  in the summer months. The main area of the beach is the Bondi Pavilion, where the cafes, theatre and art gallery draws many of the weekend visitors. The northern part of the beach is the safer area for swimming and is patrolled by lifesavers. Generally, it has the calmest surf condition as well as a children swimming pool. For great surf, good food and a great atmosphere, Bondi Beach is simply the best place for you.

Byron Bay, NSW

Ideally positioned as centre for relaxation and activity is a beachside town, 1 1/2 hours south of Brisbane is Byron Bay. This stylish coastal villlage is bordered on one side by a beautiful coastline and on the other side a magnificent rainforests. The bay is famous for its alternative lifestyles where visitors can enjoy some of the many activities like whale watching, snorkelling and scuba diving while the adventurous ones can try tandem sky diving, hang gliding just to name a few. Byron Bay's climate is subtropical all year round with cooling coastal winds in summer. Tourists can enjoy its clean water beaches and get to experience a great alternative to beach activities like: boutique shopping, art galleries, delicious food and visits many lighthouses.  There are a lot of activities for everyone whether you are seeking action and adventure or justa peaceful connection with nature.
Shelly Beach, NSW

Shelly Beach  which is just 91 minutes from Sydney is a coastal suburb and a popular surfing beach.  It features rock walks and is great for exploring. Shelly Beach is fully patrolled from October to April each year and ideal for holiday makers who enjoy leisurely stroll along the beach. Guests can partake various activities like fishing, surfing, golf, horse riding just to name a few. The beach is known for its picnic and BBQ friendly area. For scuba diving enthusiasts, this beach is a top destination because of its safenesss and marine surrounding life. For your convenience, Shelly Beach is extremely close to major shopping centres and accommodation venues.
New South Wales  is home of Australia's many famous beaches and historic stretches of blue Pacific, white surf and sparkling sand. The pristine NSW coastline is the perfect blend of newly-refurbished cafes, bistros, rolling surf, convenient beach amenities and secluded nature reserves.