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From enormous tides to millions of shells, here are 6 unique beaches for your summer road trip

By Hannah Power, Associate Professor in Coastal and Marine Science, University of Newcastle
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As lockdowns ease and we head into summer, many Australians have started thinking about their beach holiday. For most people, a beach involves sun, sand, salt, and waves. A beach is a beach – right?

For coastal scientists and engineers, it’s a little different. We wonder how these beaches are made and why they are so different.

Australia has over 35,000 kilometres of coastline to explore, and our beaches can differ…The Conversation


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