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Inside the Cellito Beach: NSW’s stunning new beach, better than Byron

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It’s the final bush meets seaside hangout, and in the event you’re one to keep away from the crowds (and in a time of Covid chaos, who isn’t) this slice of paradise will tick all the packing containers.

Surrounded by nationwide parks and a rainforest boardwalk from the carpark to the coast, this slice of NSW is bursting with stretches of pristine seashores, hidden campsites and scenic climbing trails.

However one seaside specifically alongside the Barrington Coast – which is finest explored when you have entry to a 4WD – has change into a transparent spotlight, given the stretch of white sand, turquoise blue waters and close by campsites sitting alongside Smiths Lake.

The breathtaking seaside often called Cellito and surrounding shoreline has been dubbed ‘paradise on earth’ on social media, and sitting simply three hours north of Sydney, the area is a bit more handy and untouched than standard rival areas Byron Bay or Jervis Bay.

Whereas most entry the white sand and turquoise blue water by following the hidden rainforest boardwalk, others leap of their automotive and hit the filth highway till the southern seaside entry level is reached.

4WDs can head onto the sand at the southern finish of the seaside subsequent to Smiths Lake, which is an ideal spot for fishing or to take pleasure in some calmer water with the children.

Whereas the area has lengthy been standard with Sydneysiders eager to catch some waves at Boomerang Seaside or take a nude dip at Shellys, the unspoilt setting cuffed by sandy streets and palms so far as the eye can see units the area up as the excellent vacation locale.

With three nationwide parks in the area – Booti Booti, Wallingat and Myall Lakes – if the seaside isn’t your calling, the hikes will remember to impress.

On TripAdvisor, Cellito alone boasts dozens of five-star evaluations, with some even describing it as certainly one of the most superb seashores on Australia’s east coast.

Nonetheless that crown, in response to Instagram nonetheless belongs to Bondi Seaside.

In a new research launched this month, LuxuryHotel.com analysed Instagram hashtag knowledge and the size of the world’s hottest seashores, to seek out the 10 seashores with the highest ‘posts per metre’.

The research discovered that Paradise Seaside, positioned in Phuket, Thailand was the most Instagrammable seaside whereas famed Bondi Seaside got here in fourth on the record.

This text initially appeared on information.com.au and was reproduced with permission.

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