Australia’s Best Nudist Resorts – Bare All on Vacation Down Under

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When most of us think about stripping on vacation, we imagine spending days on the beaches of Spain or Brazil. But these countries definitely don’t have the market cornered, with resorts all over Australia catering for holiday makers who dare to bare all. If it’s a beachside vacation you had in mind, consider Taylorwood Resort in the Whitsundays.


This Queensland resort is set on 12 hectares of secluded beach and parklands. It’s the only nudist resort in the famous Whitsundays region, and caters exclusively for couples. If you’ve never gone nude before, don’t worry. First-timers are encouraged, and the resort’s relaxed and friendly staff will help put you at ease.

The natural bushlands on the outskirts of Port Macquarie are home to Twin Falls Resort. So named for the gorgeous waterfalls you’ll find on the rainforest trails, this New South Wales resort is about getting back to nature in more ways than one! This 40-hectare property offers a range of accommodation options from unpowered camp sites to comfortable rooms in the homestead.

Further down south in Central Victoria you’ll find Jajarawong Naturist Retreat. This is a clothing optional resort with an emphasis on luxury. There are just five cottages and eight campsites so it never gets too crowded. You’re encouraged to socialize with the other guests in the bar or on the bushwalking trails, or you can take it easy in the hot tub and sauna.

Nestled between the South Australian coastal towns of Robe and Beachport you’ll find Sunland Holiday Village. This is a relatively simple resort with 45 caravan sites on offer. But it’s worth doing without a few luxuries when you can wake up and walk just a few steps to the legal nude beach!

Western Australia has Sunseekers Inc Nudist Club in Hovea. It’s one of Australia’s oldest naturist resorts, and a great option for families looking to get away together. Unlike so many nudist resorts there’s plenty to entertain the kids including a tennis court and playground equipped with a cubby house and trampoline.

The Top End Naturist Recreation Retreat in the Northern Territory is another family-friendly option for nudist holidaymakers. The 40-hectare bushland property near Berry Springs has stacks of activities for families to enjoy together, including Minten, minigolf, table tennis, and a life-sized checkerboard. Popular national parks Kakadu and Litchfield are close by, and the Territory Wildlife Park is a short drive up the road. Accommodation is fairly basic, ranging from camp sites to cabins, but the excellent location makes up for it.

But that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Consult the Australian Nudist Federation to learn of more Aussie resorts and accommodation options which welcome naturists with open, and bare, arms.

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