Torquay Surf

Torquay Surf Beach in Australia is a beautiful stretch of sand lined with palm trees that is popular with surfers. The beach is about six kilometers south of Torquay, and is a popular spot for beachgoers and surfers alike. Visitors can expect to find a large number of surf shops, kiosks, and surfboard and wetsuit rental shops. There are also food stands, bars, and plenty of public restrooms. The waves can be very large, so visitors should be cautious about the waves and currents. Despite the waves, the beach is a great spot for surfing, bodyboarding, and swimming.

9.7 / 10 Reviewer
8.4 / 10 Users (1 vote)
Pros:
Very nice place to enjoy nature & swim nude amongst other nature lovers.
Cons:
If you don't mind visiting a beach with nudists all over the place (and on freezing cold days!) and driving on an unsealed road for 2 km which was more like driving over corrugated iron, then go for it!
Beauty8.4
Cleanliness9.2
Services7.7
Sport Activities8.1
Summary:
The beach is one of the prettiest anywhere in the world. Favorite place for surfers and kite surfers.

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  • By car
  • On foot

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In general, Australia has a hot, dry climate with large annual and daily temperature fluctuations. Only 1/3 of the mainland receives sufficient or excess precipitation. During the summer months, rain is generally light, but in winter it can interfere with road traffic. May-August is the ideal time to travel to Australia, September-December is the peak season.

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