Australians and New Zealanders are spoilt with some of the world’s most spectacular beaches. Now that Summer is here, there’s no greater time to slip, slop, slap and play in some waves. This month, we’ve rounded up our favourite beaches and hope it inspires your next sunny adventure with family and friends.

Camp Cove Beach, New South Wales
Camp Cove Beach is a wonderful location for those who want to take a dip in gentle waters. It is tranquil, family friendly, and is walking distance to the Sydney Harbour National Park. Camp Cove also has a very interesting history, the First Fleet rested there for a night before landing at Sydney Cove in 1788. 

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
Cheers to the breath taking views, the sparkling water, and white sands. Wineglass Bay, is famous for being the most photogenic beach in Tasmania. This beach has more to offer than meets the eye: there are coastal walks, bird watching opportunities, and National parks to explore. 

Eighty Mile Beach, Western Australia
Eighty Mile Beach is Australia’s longest stretch of stunning beach. As its name suggests, it has an arm span of eighty miles, which is roughly 128km. This beach is truly an inspirational place to visit, there’s beautiful birds to see, pretty shells to find, and fish to catch.  

Brighton Beach, Victoria 
Famous for its artistic beach boxes, this Melbourne gem is a fun place to visit with family and friends. Only walking distance from the local shops, you won’t be short of things to do and eat. Don’t forget to bring the dog because there is a dog friendly beach just past the pier. 

Mission Beach, Queensland
This beach is worth the mission. Mission beach is famous for its swaying palm trees that hem the beach. There is a lot to explore such as; the surrounding reef, coastal and mountains walks, and lively restaurants to visit.   

Karekare Beach, Auckland
Karekare Beach is famous for its black sands and dramatic surroundings. This beach has had a number of Hollywood films feature it. After a dip, there is plenty more to explore like the lush rainforests and rocky coastlines that are in walking distance.

Hot Water Beach, Auckland
When the water starts to cool, head here for a relaxing day at the beach. The reason why it is called Hot Water beach is because naturally heated mineral water surfaces through the sand. Dig your own spa pool in the sand with the help of family and friends. Or take a refreshing swim in the ocean.

We’d love to hear which beach is calling your name? We’re always updating our swim range, so make sure you head in-store or online to check out our latest range. 

Happy beaching!

Team Millers