Last Updated on September 28, 2016 by Red Nomad OZ
As you can tell from this shot of a typical Australian Beach, it’s obviously the middle of winter. AND peak tourist season.
No way? No, REALLY!
Coconut Wells Beach, a short drive north of Western Australia’s Broome on this beautiful July day (yes, that IS winter dowunder!) showed no signs of habitation except for a dune buggy track heading off into the middle distance.
Thousands of Grey Nomads make the pilgrimage north from the colder states during the southern winter, and many lodge in Broome for the duration to enjoy its warmth.
But none of them had made it to this stretch of beach.
And while a couple of people strolled along the sandy shore further down, luckily we still managed to find some space of our own.
But that’s just what you get when you’re in a country with the longest coastline in the world, and where conditions are just right for the beach any time of the year somewhere along it.
SO … if you want to be alone on the beach in winter OR summer downunder, take a hyper-leap into another dimension where my guest post on the Explore Australia blog will show you 5 ways to find your own stretch of deserted downunder coastline!
There’s plenty of other great Aussie travel articles on the blog – including my previous guest post Confessions of a Tween-Age Travel Blogger – so why not add it to your reading list?!
You’re welcome …
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Top 5 Summer Beaches away from the Crowds (Explore Australia blog)
Confessions of a Tween-Age Travel Blogger (Explore Australia blog)
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