Thursday, 8 September 2016

Best beaches in Melbourne

Best beaches in Melbourne
Melbourne city is the best city to live in, I don't say that the world does. Top restaurants, the best coffee and the base to many prestigious wines, Melbourne is famous for its stellar properties and pristine beaches, a blogger's paradise Find some of the best beaches in Melbourne here.

St Kilda
Melbourne’s most famous beach, St Kilda is only 6 km from the main city. This sunspot is full all year round and is well known for Luna Park events and lip smacking food.

Half Moon Bay, Black Rock
This crescent shaped beach is the local attraction for its deep boating and swimming areas. Perfect for watching the sea blues and golden of the sun. Half an hour from CBD, spend a good old fishing day here.

Mothers Beach
A safe, shallow water spot, Mothers Beach is lovely for families looking for uninhibited fun. Picnics, BBQs, and games, find them all on the set. A 60 minutes drive from Melbourne center will land you here in the arms of Mother's Beach.

Williamstown Beach
Williamstown is a semi-circular beach, that means it's surrounded on the three sides with water. It will take you quarter of an hour from Melbourne’s CBD to reach here and is so worth it for the stalls and stuff at Nelson's. Spot the towering landmarks of the Melbourne city while you gaze off into the horizon.

A little far from the main city, Sorrento is famous for its clear water rock  pools, and host to any kind of jetty under the sun. It takes around one and a half hours to reach Sorrento but watching the brown, green and blue create a vibrant buzz is a prize big enough.

Melbourne is diverse and unparalleled. The seasons never matter when it comes to fun, happiness, and life. Now it's time to grab a bottle of sunscreen and dig toes in the sand.

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