This little cove close to Middle Head is well known for skinny-dipping and snorkelling. You'll be nestled safely in bushland and gazing out across the glorious foreshore toward Dobroyd Head. It's clothing optional, but most patrons are keen to keep it as natural as possible. Located just off Middle Head, Obelisk is a little nude pocket renowned for its tranquility. It's a decent hike down the stairs to this little salty nudist haven, but it's worth it for the gorgeous views of Camp Cove, Parsley, Watsons Bay and Vaucluse in the distance. Located about an hour south of Sydney, Werrong is a truly secluded spot for naturists.
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To reach this metre-long beach, park near Cliff Street, use the steep pathway situated at the northern end of Camp Cove right behind Military Reserve. Visitors can camp inside the Conservation area overnight, but it's advised to check the website for latest information. The kilometre long Cable beach is situated along Bitumen Road. Best time to visit is between April to September. Casuarina Beach is the most-popular beach in Darwin and even has a picnic area with barbecue plates and plenty of green area. The area is known to inhabit box jellyfish year round, but avoid it specially from May to October. This is one of the most popular beaches around Byron Bay.
Australia’s nude beaches
When someone tells you they're coming to visit our vast and beautiful country, what's the first thing you'll suggest they see? The Sydney Opera House? Bondi Beach?
Rick Sarre receives funding from the Criminology Research Council. He is a member of the ALP. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. The warm days of summer are almost upon us. Nudity on some Australian beaches is inevitable.