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5 Thrilling Sailing Bays to Visit in Australia

5 Thrilling Sailing Bays to Visit in Australia

Australia is mainly known for its culture, heritage, natural beauty and many more. Thus this region is filled with tourists throughout the year. Mind-blowing water bodies and bays are the main attraction for the travelers especially for nature lovers. Thus who love sailing on the waters and want to explore different harbors and bays, then this continent is the ideal one for you. Last year I have visited some of the spectacular water bays of Australia which I am going to share with you all.

Sydney Harbor

Sydney harbor is the most busiest and visited harbors of Australia due to its prominent position and the capital location. The view of the harbor from above the bridge is just spellbinding. If you are sailing, then the view of Opera House can’t be described in words. You can choose from private yatch to a cruise to experience this beauty.

Port Phillip Bay

This is the major point for voyaging and sailing trips. The beauty of the horizon along with the magnificent beauty of the coast is one of the main reasons for its popularity.

The Whitsundays

Whitsundays consist of more than 70 islands and are located on the coasts of the Northern Queensland. You can enjoy the shallow turquoise blue waters to your hearts’ content. Needless to say, hold the hand of your loved ones and enjoy the stunning sunset along with him/her.

Moreton Bay

Covering the coasts of the Brisbane and some parts of the Queensland, Moreton bay is a perfect combination of bewitching islands and outstanding shores. If you are lucky, you can get a glimpse of some exotic animals like migrating turtles, dolphins and whales.

Hinchinbrook

Another beautiful bay that definitely needs mention is Hinchinbrook, located on the coasts of Cardwell. It’s the main place of attraction for those people, who loves fishing.

So if you are bored of visiting the sight seeing places on ground, then stopover this gorgeous water bodies on your ship.



Mike Thomas is a travel explorer, consultant and renowned blogger. He travels almost 10,000 miles every year to different corners of the world and shares his experience, adventures and stories in T- Holland Travel Guide for more than one year.