Beach Nudists.

Tell the group what nude beach you go to, where the location is, how often do you go, and what you like and don't like about it. Or tell us whatever the hell is on your mind lol. I put this group together to find out what beaches around the world are fun to go to in case people are traveling and wondering what a particular beach is like.

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Mine is Pt. Impossible on the South East coast of Victoria, Australia.
1mile of flat soft sandy beach with a sandstone reef at the East end, at low tide you can walk out onto it and explore the rock pools.
You can park about 100meters from the beach and a nice easy walk down, the car park has ample room for a large number of vehicles and the access road, although unsealed, is regularly graded and in good condition.
On the down side, you find the usual amount of creeps and predators but youll find them even on a clothed beach, any trespass into the dune system will definitely get you a substantial fine, this is because there are endangered fauna, flora habitat in the area, the dunes are also covered in archaeological remains of First Nations habitation all of which are protected by State and or Federal law.
If the undesirable brigade wouldnt use the dunes for unsavoury behaviour, the legitimate nudist could explore the system taking all due care.
All things considered it is a good safe beach and the only one in the state I will go too.

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Mine is Pt. Impossible on the South East coast of Victoria, Australia.1mile of flat soft sandy beach with a sandstone reef at the East end, at low tide you can walk out onto it and explore the rock pools.You can park about 100meters from the beach and a nice easy walk down, the car park has ample room for a large number of vehicles and the access road, although unsealed, is regularly graded and in good condition.On the down side, you find the usual amount of creeps and predators but youll find them even on a clothed beach, any trespass into the dune system will definitely get you a substantial fine, this is because there are endangered fauna, flora habitat in the area, the dunes are also covered in archaeological remains of First Nations habitation all of which are protected by State and or Federal law.If the undesirable brigade wouldnt use the dunes for unsavoury behaviour, the legitimate nudist could explore the system taking all due care.All things considered it is a good safe beach and the only one in the state I will go too.

Only been to Gunnison because it is the closest to where I live. Long walk from parking lot to beach. So crowded on summer weekends that I only go on weekdays. I suspect that if I went somewhere else, I might like it better.

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Relaxing

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Pt Impossible is good sometimes but if it is a southerly wind you get sand blasted. Totally agree about the creeps in the dunes, I saw that new fencing has been built to clearly delineate where people should not go. The bad behaviour there made me leave years ago but I called past to check it out while nearby recently, I may have to go back. I prefer Pt Addis & Sunnyside, beautiful sandstone cliffs, long walks at low tide, spectacular.

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Sunnyside North is by no means an ideal beach with challenging parking, no shade, and rocks and stones making accessibility less than perfect while the sand can shift away in storms. , However, it's isolation made it an obvious choice as the only official CO beach in the area and the small size for it's popularity probably means it's more social by circumstance compared to a broader area.

I'm struggling to come up with a favourite as the various combinations of distance, accessibility, cleanliness (natural, as in rocks, shells and seaweed - we're pretty good at not littering here), swimming, shade and tolerance of nudity all combine in different ways at each location.

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Nido dell'Aquila south of Livorno is lovely, and there are a lot of hot Italian men and women. Here in the US, we have been to and enjoyed Haulover in Florida and Gunniston in New Jersey. In pandemic time we have not yet made it to Black's Beach in La Jolla, near where we live now. Hope to do so.

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Nido dell'Aquila south of Livorno is lovely, and there are a lot of hot Italian men and women. Here in the US, we have been to and enjoyed Haulover in Florida and Gunniston in New Jersey. In pandemic time we have not yet made it to Black's Beach in La Jolla, near where we live now. Hope to do so.

Where did you live when you went to Gunnison and Haulover?

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Hideaway in SW FL.

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Blind Creek in Florida.

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MIne, so far, is Bonny Doon beach just north of Santa Cruz. It's split into 2 sections by an elevated rock formation. The south side is large and open and usually home to textiles (although some nudists will be there too). The north side is a horseshoe cove with cliffs all around it. It's large enough for everyone to spread out and have ample space, but small enough to make it feel like a community. The cliffs block a lot of the wind, so the cove generally feels warmer. I've been there on relatively chilly days (low 60s) and still feel comfortable.

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I love Bonnie Doon Beach. It also helps that it's close to Santa Cruz where I live. :-)

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