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Aerial Beach Photography Gallery

The Australian coastline stretches over a distance of more than 36,000 kilometres. Beach culture has been an important part of the Australian identity for over a century and it has come to symbolise the Australian way of life.  This is a collection of curated images inspired by nature to bring a sense summer into your space all year around – pleasure, freedom, independence and enjoyment

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Tallebudgera Creek Featured Aerial Beach Photography Image

Tallebudgera Creek

Ancient Aborigines used to call this Gold Coast suburb "good fish" and you'll hear no argument from anyone on this apt name. For Tallebudgera is best known for its sparkling creek which is framed by the Burleigh Heads National Park on one side and Palm Beach on the other. This is the focal point for any visit to Tallebudgera where the lifestyle is all about camping, swimming, picnicking, kayaking and a spot of fishing or two.
So popular is the campground here, that generations of families return each summer to claim their favourite spot at the Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park which is perched on the edge of this estuary. For those looking for a little luxury there's also two and three bedroom waterfront villas, or basic lodgings for those on a budget

Mona Vale Rock Pool Featured Aerial Beach Photography Image

Mona Vale Rock Pool

Mona Vale rock pool is situated on the tip of a sand spit near the northern end of Mona Vale Beach. There are two rock pools here: a larger pool measuring 30 metres long, and a smaller pool which is suitable for children and less confident swimmers. These pools become surrounded by water at high tide, creating the illusion of floating in the middle of the ocean

© Handi Laksono

Elephant Rocks, William Bay, Western Australia Featured Aerial Beach Photography Image

Elephant Rocks, William Bay, Western Australia

The sheltered beach of Elephant Rocks in William Bay National Park, Western Australia. Its name is derived from a series of huge granite boulders which resemble a herd of elephants lumbering out to sea