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When summer rolls into town, everyone else wants to roll out. The best place for this is usually the beach. Thanks to the refreshing water and nice ocean breeze, it's one of the easiest ways to stay cool throughout the year's hottest months. But not all beach towns were created equal. Here are 11 beach towns to avoid — and where to go instead.
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With waves for beginners as well as seasoned surfers, some of the world's best surf spots are right here in Australia. From the east to the west coast, here are a few beaches known for their beauty as well as their breaks.
It’s easy to fall in step with Sydney’s sunny temperament once you’ve arrived, but distance and cost are enough to keep many from ever attempting the trip. Both are reasonable concerns. Flight times are some of the longest, and Australia’s Harbour C...
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To make it easier to decide where to stay in Sydney, we’ve highlighted a range of options found in three distinctly different parts of the city: The Central Business District (locals simply refer to it as the CBD), which puts you within walking distance of almost everything; the beaches, where you’ll have walk-out-your-door access to sand but will need to hop a ferry or the metro to get around; and Sydney’s most colorful neighborhoods, where you’ll feel at one with the locals.