5CC Header Afternoons with Anthony Milich 2020

Tripadvisor makes a mistake on their best beach's list

So Tripadvisor have come up with their newest list of 'the best beaches' and we didn't make an appearance. The only Australian beach that did was up in Queensland, and factually speaking - that's gotta be wrong.

 

He's all the examples you could need.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Whyalla sunsets you really are something! @eric_brokken captured this sensational display at Douglas Point, which is a popular holiday spot for locals. Whyalla not only offers stunning sunsets, Its home to uncrowded and unique natural environments like the geological phenomenon of shingle beach ridges, packed with wildlife including giant Australian cuttlefish that migrate between May and August each year in tens of thousands and a pod of dolphins that regularly play and feed in the local marina and the spectacular photographers dream - Point Lowly Lighthouse! Tip: Pack your camera and some spare batteries… you’ll need them! 🧡💫#EyrePeninsula

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Too cute not to share @southaustralia Every dog has his day ... and hey, this one couldn't get much better for Tilly, the French Bulldog! With @jessyfreckle and his Dad busy catching dinner down by the shore at Streaky Bay, all that's left to do is catch a few rays in the sun and knock out some zzzzzzz's...This is a land of endless sandy beaches, countless surf spots - and a spectacular, rugged coastline literally teeming with fresh seafood. When you're not hanging out a beach, there's plenty of local attractions to check out, including the stunning Murphy's Haystacks and Talia Cave - and of course swimming with wild sealions and dolphins at Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience! It's a dog's life, but someone's got to do it! #SeeSouthAustralia #EyrePeninsula #StreakyBay

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Sleaford Bay. Located approximately 15km from #portlincoln & contains one of the more exposed high energy beaches of the southern Australian coast, backed by massive dune systems. This is one of the closets surfing beaches to Port Lincoln & popular with both beach & inshore reef breaks. The western car park beaches are popular for fishing, while the more adventurous head through the dunes to fish the large rips that dominate the main beach. Located behind the Bay is the beautiful Sleaford Mere. A shallow, rocky edged coastal brackish lake which provides important habitat for a variety of endangered flora & fauna, provides feeding & breeding grounds for migratory & shore birds & provides refuge when adverse conditions such as drought prevail. Photo: @from.miles.away #eyrepeninsula #southaustralia

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 My personal favourite? Farm Beach.

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 Where's your fave beach on the EP?

Image: Eyre Peninsula Broadcasters