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Beautiful Beaches in Melbourne

TOP 1

Mornington Peninsula

4.5/5
116 Reviews
Melbourne
53.6km from downtown
Islands/Peninsulas
Beaches
小思文
"The Mornington Peninsula is a beautiful place, there are many nice views on the peninsula, the coverage of plants is very high, there are many animal species on the peninsula can also be visited, connecting the city area and the peninsula traffic mode can choose to take the cruise ship."
TOP 2

Apollo Bay

4.6/5
146 Reviews
Melbourne
154.8km from downtown
Beaches
Lavender and Sun
"Apollo Bay is a beautiful beach with a wide white sandy beach, back to the Otvi Mountains. Near Moorben and Balaret, the gold fields, the bay is semi-moon-shaped and beautiful. It was a whaling station in the 1830s. It was settled in 1856 and has the largest refrigeration plant in the country. It's a famous surfing resort!"
TOP 3

Port Campbell National Park

4.3/5
92 Reviews
Princetown
5.5km from downtown
Canyons
National Parks
Seashores
优的良仕
"The arch bridge is one of the scenic spots on the Great Ocean Road. It is located on the beach just after Port Campbell. It is named after its shape like an arch bridge. Is it also a bit like Elephant Trunk Hill on the sea? However, the sea view here is very beautiful, and it can take very beautiful photos. I personally recommend it very much. The attractions are not big, there are no tickets, there is free parking, and a half-hour walk is enough."
TOP 4

Brighton beach

4.4/5
86 Reviews
Melbourne
10.4km from downtown
Seashores
Beaches
Oo西野司oO
"1️⃣Brighton Beach is famous for its rainbow huts, and it has become a tourist attraction for Internet celebrities. There are many small wooden houses with different colors. Each small house has a unique color combination. From a distance, it looks like a colorful rainbow falling on the beach. It can be described as a scenic line full of dreamy colors in Melbourne. . Most of these cabins are sold to locals and used to rest and place items during leisure and vacation. Each wooden house has its own number, there are 82 in total, and they are lined up to extend far away. It takes about 30 minutes by train from Melbourne city centre. 🎫Tickets: free; 2️⃣The Melbourne attraction, which is personally recommended by the War Memorial. In front of it is a very wide square. Only through this square can you reach the main building of the memorial. It is very solemn and has a profound sense of history. There will be a retired veteran on duty every day in the museum, with a neat suit. If you shake hands with him in the past, he will enthusiastically explain the sights and war history to you. Finally, ascend to the top balcony of this building, you can have a clear view of Melbourne city centre and Swanston Street on the north shore. highly recommended! 🎫Tickets: free; ⌚️opening hours: 10:00-17:00"
TOP 5

St Kilda beach

4.4/5
182 Reviews
Melbourne
6.1km from downtown
Beaches
Featured Neighborhoods
pxy0705
"St Kilda Beach in Melbourne is a beautiful beach. This is a seaside park with flat lawns and very delicate sculptures. There is also a long trestle bridge that can go deep into the sea. The scenery is very beautiful and absolutely It's worth visiting."
TOP 6

Frankston Pier

4.7/5
21 Reviews
Melbourne
39.4km from downtown
Seashores
Beaches
juki235
"Frankston Beach in Melbourne is a niche beach with few tourists. There is basically no commercial development here, so it is relatively primitive. The sea is very clear and the beach sand is also very soft, making it very comfortable to step on. It is a good place to take pictures on an outing."