Things to consider as the summer ends.

Things to consider as the summer ends.

Hey, fellow beach lovers!

As we're coming towards the end of summer, it's time to soak up as much sun as possible, am I right? But let's not forget to take care of ourselves and our surroundings while doing so.

First things first, let's keep the beach clean. We all love to have a good time, but leaving our trash behind can have serious consequences for the environment and even our health. Did you know that according to a recent study, there are over 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the world's oceans, with around 8 million tons being added each year? Unfortunately, Australia is no exception to this, and our beaches and oceans are being impacted by plastic pollution too. In fact, a 2020 report by the Australian Marine Conservation Society found that over 20 million pieces of plastic litter our beaches, waterways, and oceans. So, let's make sure we're doing our part in keeping our beaches clean and protecting our oceans. 

Now, let's talk about skin protection. We know it's tempting to get a tan, but let's not forget that the sun can be harmful too. Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, with over 2000 people dying from the disease each year. The good news is that skin cancer is preventable, and by taking precautions. Don't forget to apply sunscreen, wear a hat or cover-up, and seek shade during the hottest part of the day. Remember, the sun's rays can still be strong even on cloudy days, so be cautious every time you head outside. 

Lastly, staying hydrated is essential. We don't want to become dehydrated while having fun, do we? So, bring plenty of water and drink regularly, especially if you're engaging in any physical activities.

It's important to remember that we have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With over 10,000 beaches along our coastline, it's no surprise that Australia is known for its stunning stretches of sand and crystal-clear waters. Let's cherish and protect these natural wonders for generations to come.

To sum it up, enjoy the end of summer as much as you can, but let's do it responsibly. Let's keep the beach clean, protect our skin, and stay hydrated and of course, don't forget your Turtle-Ball. Now, who's ready to catch some waves? ūüĆä

Here's a list of the most beautiful beaches in Australia that you should try to visit before the summer ends:

  1. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island, Queensland - With its pure white silica sand and crystal-clear turquoise waters, this beach is a true paradise. It's no wonder it's consistently voted as one of the world's top beaches.

  2. Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales - One of Australia's most famous beaches, Bondi is a vibrant and bustling destination with a great surf culture, stunning views of the coastline, and a wide range of restaurants and bars.

  3. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania - Nestled in a secluded bay, Wineglass Bay boasts pristine white sand and turquoise waters surrounded by pink granite peaks. It's a perfect spot for a quiet and peaceful getaway.

  4. Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia - With its endless stretches of white sand and stunning sunsets, Cable Beach is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and camel rides.

  5. Byron Bay, New South Wales - Known for its laid-back vibe, Byron Bay is a great spot for surfers, swimmers, and sun worshippers. It's surrounded by lush green hills and offers plenty of great cafes, bars, and shops.

  6. Noosa Main Beach, Noosa, Queensland - Located in the heart of Noosa, this beach is a popular destination for swimming and surfing. It's surrounded by lush vegetation and offers great views of the surrounding hills.

  7. Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, Queensland - This long stretch of pristine sand is perfect for a romantic walk or a refreshing swim. It's also a great spot for a picnic or a barbeque.

  8. Bells Beach, Great Ocean Road, Victoria - A mecca for surfers, Bells Beach is known for its challenging waves and stunning coastal scenery. It's also a great spot for fishing and hiking.

 

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