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Grabeach #251

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/02/2012 08:47:18Copy HTML

After much thought I decided not to name the pools. Sorry, but it’s a bit of a ‘too close to home’ thing.

All I can recommend is to peruse the street directory index for pools within an acceptable distance of where you are and read their website. You could also check Google Earth or do a drive by to check such things as shelter from wind, pool orientation, shading, grass or concrete, open to view from the street etc.

Many pools in Sydney don’t appear to have a written swimwear policy. I’ve come across a couple specifically banning topless eg. Whitlam. These probably go back decades to when the girls started trying to maximize their tans. Would definitely give these pools a miss.

I have also seen the requirement to wear “approved swimwear”, though this appears to be for hygiene or safety reasons as non-approved examples were confined to various street clothes. The most common rule is for “appropriate swimwear” or words to that affect. This of course is open to management interpretation. I don’t mind this as I feel a more specific rule would probably not be in my favour.

In a similar vein, I would advise not ringing up to check beforehand if thonging is allowed.

Not withstanding any of the above, with my nothing ventured nothing gained approach I fully expected to be asked to cover up or leave. I was actually amazed that three of the four pools I’ve used (now 20, 9 and 3 times respectively) didn't worry.

As I mentioned elsewhere, I wear a 25mm side Alphamoda Skyros when swimming, purely because it stays on better. I also wear this going to the kiosk etc. which is no loss as it is usually straight after I get out of the water anyway. I suspect wearing less to the kiosk may be pushing my luck.

For lazing about I strip to an Alphamoda Andros g-string. This is seriously brief, but is neither sheer nor designed to enhance the package. Again, the idea is not to be kicked out.

In winter I’ll tan in a spot that is sheltered, which fortunately happens to be near the shallow end of each of the three pools. I say fortunately because I think it preferable to be where everyone can see me, rather than ‘hiding’ out of the way. The aim, which seems to work for me, is to be considered just an average guy who happens to like sunning in ultra brief cossies.

I also must add that being (early) retired I use the pools during school hours midweek. This of course is the warmest part of the day and leaves me free to watch my kids' weekend sport. Thonging in peak periods may not receive the same tolerance.
straightsilver #252

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/05/2012 04:10:44Copy HTML

 That's cool Grabeach. I totally understand. Might just stick to beaches for a bit as the weather is starting to warm up around here.
rustathong #253

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/18/2012 01:07:29Copy HTML

What a great day at the beach today. Sun was out and hardly any wind. Took the little one down Built sand castles, played in the water and had lunch. 
Spent the whole time in a thong so some great tan lines coming in again. Even saw another male thonger who was taking a leasurly stroll down the beach.
No negative comments. Only bad thing was I forgot the sunscreen so couldnt stay too long or the little one would have got burnt but 3hrs was a good start while the weather is starting to warm up.

Bring on more sunny days and remembering the sunscreen.   
Grabeach #254

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/18/2012 09:16:18Copy HTML

Glad you've had good weather in Queensland. It's been very windy down here in Sydney and virtually nowhere is sheltered. The insulating covers blew off my favourite pool and the water temperature dropped 6C in one night. Takes about a week to get back to where it was.
Thongmad #255

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/19/2012 02:42:44Copy HTML

Fiji has been 30+ and sunny all week - same for next week!

Sorry guys, but can you try and warm up Aus a bit before I get back...? ;P
Grabeach #256

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/24/2012 02:29:22Copy HTML

Well, we did our best. The temperature worked its way up to 29C by early Thursday arvo, but then dropped like a stone. Max today is 20C.

Incidentally, I tried a 'new' pool on Thursday because it had better shelter from the strong due north wind. The reception area overlooks the pool, but nothing but politeness as I left. And the lifeguard was quite chatty, even saying, "See you next time you're in the area".

I'm now up to 24, 9, 6 and 1 successful g-string outings at four Aquatic / Leisure Centres with outdoor 50m pools. I guess the big test will be coming into summer when the 'general public' as opposed to the die hard lap swimmers return to the pools in numbers.
rustathong #257

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/26/2012 11:19:43Copy HTML

Grabeach     That 6c can sure make alot difference beween a comfertable swim and a cold swim.

I am currently looking for a swimming pool/centre/ gym that i am able to go swim laps in a thong and get back into shape and get fit again after 2 yrs of very little excersize apart from work (physical job). I am thinking of stopping in at a local YMCA on the way home from work that looks very deserted when driving home. The issue is I drive a company vehicle and it is sign written.
Not worried about being seen in a thong just people ringing work instead of saying something to me or pool management instead. Which I have the same thought when at the beach but that doesnt stop me thonging at the beach just not walking to my vehicle in a thong when going home. 
Grabeach #258

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/26/2012 09:21:20Copy HTML

A few years back I regularly wore a g-string at a convenient beach not far from where I worked. Being seen by a fellow employee was always on the cards, so if it happened, I was mentally prepared to take a 'so what' attitude. Although there could have been more from work who saw me but didn't say anything, the only one (a 40ish woman) to mention it simply said, "Saw you on the beach yesterday while I was having lunch with some friends. We reckoned you had a good tan." She apparently didn't feel the need to make a public announcement.

The key issues - are are you prepared for your work to find out, and what is the liklihood of that occurring. A few points to consider:-
1. Assuming you're not on company time, are you breaking any rule regarding company vehicles being used for private purposes? If you are, obviously don't thong.
2. If 'reported', will it affect your job eg. get less co-operation from fellow employees, reduce chance of promotion? Is so, again don't.
3. If 'only' fear of embarrassment, what is your work environment? I ask this because I've found a mixed group of males and females in an office to be far more tolerant of 'alternative' behaviour than say an all male group of tradiers.
4. Is the Y so deserted that someone could match people with vehicles?
5. If you're there for exercise and acting in polite non-threatening manner, is anyone really likely to bother ringing up a phone number on a vehicle?
6. Do you have to park in the pool parking area? Could you park somewhere nearby that does not indicate you are at the pool? One guy at my local pool brings everything in a large back pack. He could be parked anywhere,  have come by bus or walked.
fordrs #259

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/31/2012 07:50:17Copy HTML

 im coming to oz in oct starting off in brisbane,queensland but going to spend a week in sydney whats the best beach wheres best to go thonging or nude?also going up the gold coast and byron bay any ideas ?
joecooper #260

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/31/2012 10:41:13Copy HTML

Heading to Darwin soon... What's good up there, apart from Casuarina?
Grabeach #261

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/04/2012 11:34:10Copy HTML

Re Sydney beaches.

There are only three legal nude beaches for Sydney. Cobblers (northside) and Lady Bay  (southside) are harbour beaches. Can be very crowded in summer, but October, espeially mid week, should be okay. Werrong, further south in the Royal National Park, is an ocean beach and is a couple of kms down a walking track. Can google Sydney nude beaches for more info. There are other unofficial nude beaches, but as a visitor I would stick to the legal ones as there has been the occasional arrest.

Despite having worn a g-string for decades, I have never heard of anything on the legal status of thonging. I guess on parts of some of the patrolled beaches you may be asked to cover up, but that's about it. However thonging for guys is rare, so you are likely to be the only one. The 'best' ones as far as I'm concerned are those out of the wind, which can still be a bit cool in October. I guess if your a bit thin skinned avoid the ocean (ie. surfing) beaches on the weekend as they attract groups of teenage males. If anyone is going to hassle you, it will likely be them.
Thongmad #262

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/06/2012 10:24:40Copy HTML

Ever watched 'Bondi Rescue' ?

They don't make the guys in thongs cover up there. The lifeguards make the usual snide remarks, but can't do a thing about it, and don't attempt to.

My bet is (without officially knowing) that thongs are not illegal in Australia. They certainly would not be considered appropriate in some locations, but the beach is not one of them. It's your call!
fordrs #263

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/06/2012 12:21:37Copy HTML

 yeah get bondi rescue here in uk also,oh no thongs on bondi then? will check more into to it thanks for helps guys ;)
Thongmad #264

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/07/2012 09:25:03Copy HTML


Yes you will see thongs on Bondi, but like anywhere else in Australia, the amount will depend on the day you are there.
Bondi rescue has shown more than a couple of guys wearing thomgs at Bondi, usually for novelty value. The have never approached one. They must be there frequently enough for them to mention it as much as they do!
It is a rare thing to not be the only male thonger on an Aussie beach, but we are out there!
These days, you will see less than 1% of females in a thong on any beach, on average, on any given day. Lots of string bikinis around, however.

I don't think there would be a beach anywhere in Australia that wearing a thong is illegal. Just varying degrees of courage required!
JM_Runs #265

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/13/2012 12:29:52Copy HTML

The only law in NSW which might apply to wearing thongs on Sydney beaches is the Summary Offences Act.
It says: 

*   A person shall not, in or within view from a public place or a school, wilfully and obscenely expose his or her person; and
*  A person must not conduct himself or herself in an offensive manner in or near, or within view or hearing from, a public place or school.
As I understand it, a person exposes his or her "person" by exposing their genitals.  That seems to mean that if you are wearing a thong, you won't be exposing your genitals - but I guess you might do so, if you were wearing a sheer thong.
Again, on my understanding, a person does not conduct themselves in an offensive manner merely by wearing a thong - instead, it is the person's behaviour that is important.  For example, sexual conduct in public, urinating in public, swearing. 
This is not legal advice - I am not a lawyer and nor do I play one on TV - Do not rely on the musings of someone with access to the internet !!  
Thongmad #266

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/14/2012 10:54:28Copy HTML

Yes, as has been said many times before - it's not what you wear, but how you wear it!
JM_Runs #267

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/20/2012 04:57:56Copy HTML

 In case anyone is interested, the Local Government Act 1993 also deals with nude bathing - see section 633.  It is confined to "nude bathing" so doesn't seem to affect the wearing of a thong or g-string.
Sydmixwrstlr #268

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/20/2012 12:38:26Copy HTML

 Hitting the beaches this sunday with my 2 female thong buddies..
Grabeach #269

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/20/2012 09:01:44Copy HTML

Good timing. My wife heads OS tomorrow so I'll have to look out for you. One can only dream ........
fordrs #270

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/22/2012 07:00:26Copy HTML

 week on tues i will be in sydney to get sun on my buns ;)
thenextthong #271

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:10/06/2012 04:09:03Copy HTML

 Can anyone give me a report on Alexandria Bay at Noosa Heads?  I've heard it's an unofficial nude beach. Will be heading up to Noosa at Christmas, will most likely check it out, but any further info would be great.
JM_Runs #272

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:11/20/2012 12:30:34Copy HTML

I've just had a week there. It is a fantastic beach. It is mostly nude, but you see a couple of thongs. You can wear as much or as little as you please.  The beach is on a walking track, so there are clothed people walking through.  Make sure you bring your own food and water with you, as there aren't any shops at the beach, and its quite a walk. Also, take your own beach umbrella as there isn't a lot of shade, particularly before noon.
matt476 #273

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/29/2012 01:40:05Copy HTML

 Spent some time at Coogee today ... wow.  Plenty of ladies wearing those little cossies that appear to be a cross between a thong and brazillian bikini bottoms that expose quite a lot of buttock to be seen, and all very keen to strut about and be seen apparently !
Grabeach #274

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/29/2012 09:16:27Copy HTML

Yea, they seem to be quite the trendy thing to wear this summer. Starting to see a few on the under 25s at the local Olympic pools.

Rarely get out the eastern suburbs beaches these days. What's the topless situation this summer?
Sydmixwrstlr #275

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/30/2012 10:12:24Copy HTML

 Hitting Reef beach today
bbyrne78 #276

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/31/2012 06:35:08Copy HTML

 I was at Hyams Beach today and counted four Wicked Weasels and easily two dozen Brazilian-style bikinis. I won't call them ubiquitous yet, but when they are being sold in surf shops along NSW coast, they are pretty much mainstream.
Very popular with the gym/yoga fit mothers as well as with the younger set. More power to them.
I am annoyed with myself as I pulled on a pair of shorts to drive into town and the Velcro scratched and pulled my brand new 455 bikini. This means I'll need to pick up a replacement on the way home. Luckily, I packed a lot of extra suits. You never know when your friends or someone might feel comfortable enough to put one on in public (or at e very least the private pool).
Love Bren
John Howard #277

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/31/2012 10:29:04Copy HTML

 Hi Bren,  I'm glad you're back,  yeah I've gone through the same problem with velcro zips in shorts, they ruined some of my bathers, it seems like if velcro loves lycra spandex , no matter how careful you are to wear the shorts, velcro manages its way to reach and stick to lycra to ruin  it.
Good news that WW are starting to be mainstream,  I work in the CBD and usually walk past the WW store, would love to have a partner who appreciates Wicked Weasels and how their bikinis can inspire women on keeping fit, attractive and be healthy....  well, it's New Year's eve, and why not!! I have hope that the day will come.
Spent 6 days at Surfers a couple of weeks ago, with the kids, you know the theme parks 'marathon' and so on; not much time at all for myself, tried to reach the Spit beach by foot from my hotel a couple of mornings, I heard good reviews from other board members about this beach, but it became too far and  I didn't have much time left.   My only time to sunbake happened on the last day between 10 and 11 am at the hotel pool while waiting for the bus to take us back to the airport and fly back to Melbourne.   And yes, I wore a discreet maroon Muscleskins thong, nobody at the pool when we arrived, a young couple with big tattoos and their kids arrived after, he wore a fluoro short on top of his speedos, which  he took on and off whenever jumping in the pool, like if he was embarassed of wearing his speedos, his young wife was wearing a tiny rio bikini, but my missus didn't miss the opportunity to preach about the inappropriateness of my suit, of the sort of "people could be offended", or "the aureola of my a*n*u*s shows when I kneel"  (BS, that is not true), and so on......   I didn't comply and just replied that their tattoos and the fat ladies wearing clothes from head to toes (they arrived at the end) were actually offensive to me, but I put up with it because we are at the swimming pool, in bloody QLD!!!..... and there's always the choice of looking away if something is disgusting to you.....     anyway, I'm old enough now to realise that sometimes criticism is just a sign of sour grapes.
(I will comment on what happened to me at Wet and Wild later on, that's another story!)
Now I enjoy these activities with my kids, 12 and 9 and kids grow up so fast!, they will probably desist to go anywhere near me in 4 or 5 years time, you know, when they have their mates and girlfriends...  perhaps then I could think again of myself and do all the things I really like in life.  
My incentive in the meantime, is to  keep looking after my health the best I can;  to train hard, eat well, sleep well, and feel stronger and younger than ever.   And wearing a thong is only the icing on the cake.
Happy New Year Bren, and to everyone on this board.
matt476 #278

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/31/2012 11:07:06Copy HTML

 top day at camp cove. right nearby were a classic thong but not topless on a nice blondie and a cute little green g-string and topless asian chick and a cute irish tourist in a pink bikini was enjoying lazing around with her boobs out with her 4 friends.further along was a continental looking chick with nice large knockers enjoying some sunshine.  as i left i saw heaps - and i mean heaps - of half-back bikinis doing the wedgie thing. beautiful in the water. not a single problem with the little mesh boodie micro cossie i was wearing fortunately it is relatively opaque unless up close - didn't even bother to cover up with the speedos when going in the water like i usually do. ended up staying long after i intended to leave. new years day should be tops also.
Thong_Flasher #279

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/01/2013 08:26:07Copy HTML

 Campbell's Cove near Werribee?
matt476 #280

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/01/2013 10:47:48Copy HTML

 went to Reef Beach today ... top spot and great water ... just the endless arrivals of 'boat people' dragging their kayaks up the already small as it is beach right next to me and standing around me in lycra shirts and baggy speedos while im trying to relax in a g-string was a bit annoying ...
Grabeach #281

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/01/2013 07:59:04Copy HTML

The New Years Day public holiday probably has more watercraft and more people on the beach than any other. I was over Botany Bay way and all the car parks were full. I was lucky I was in my 4WD and was able to park where a huge sand drift had invaded the corner of the car park. Needed to lock the diff to get out.
matt476 #282

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/03/2013 10:14:36Copy HTML

 might try Washaway Beach tomorrow. Never been there. From the Manly Ferry the other day it looks like there is plenty of sand there. I'm not expecting too many crowds so might just leave the thong at home and go nude ...
Grabeach #283

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/03/2013 10:55:49Copy HTML

Went to Washaway a few times a couple of decades ago. At that time the amount of sand was very tide dependent, like none at all at high tide. Might have changed, but I'd go there in the morning if you have the choice, as the 1.47m high is at 1:38pm DST. I also think it could be a bit windy when the afternoon sea breeze picks up.
adambrix #284

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/04/2013 02:25:01Copy HTML

Not a single lady in a g-string at Camp Cove today, and only a couple topless, and the beach was packed. I suppose it is the luck of the day sometimes. I didn't really feel like being the only one on the beach in a g-string.

I went over to Kutti Beach instead and at least 1 in 10 ladies were either topless or in a g-string. I spent several hours there in a small string suit. Very relaxed and pleasant spot.

Has anyone tried the beaches at La Perouse (Yarra, Frenchmans, Congwong?)
Grabeach #285

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/04/2013 09:19:24Copy HTML

I thought I'd g-stringed on every beach in the eastern suburbs, but I had to get out the street directory for Kutti. Been to Gibsons, but never realised there was a beach just around the corner. Could be a good one for winter as it looks sheltered from the southerly winds.

Over the last couple of years, I've made one-off non peak period visits to eastern suburbs harbour beaches that I used to haunt many years ago. Things had certainly changed. I did not see any topless women or g-strings on popular beaches such as Redleaf, Shark (Nielsen Park) and Vaucluse which were up to 50% topless in the early 90s. No problems wearing my g-string on any of these beaches, but it would have been nice to se a few like souls.  Only exceptions were two women topless at Camp Cove on one October 2011 day and Lady Martins at Point Piper where all five women there were topless and two wore g-strings. I reckon it is the best winter beach in Sydney, but it can disappear at high tide.

The La Perouse beaches were all topless to a degree years ago. Haven't been there recently, but expect 'sightings' these days would be rare. Little Congwong (further to the east) was an unofficial nude beach, but I heard a while back that the authorities stopped turning a blind eye and there were some arrests. There was some sort of campaign, but I never heard the outcome.

I prefer council olympic pools these days, but if not going bodysurfing, Lady Robinsons (Kyeemagh to Sandringham) is convenient. There is a sprinkling of topless and the occasional g-string, very multi-racial and very tolerant.
JM_Runs #286

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/06/2013 02:23:21Copy HTML

 There has been a marked increased in the number of women wearing thongs on the northern beaches of Sydney this summer - even on the more conservative beaches. The number of guys remains very low.
matt476 #287

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/06/2013 11:24:57Copy HTML

 yes ... it seems the young ladies are quite keen to expose a fair bit of cheek this year ... and their mums are following suit lol !
Grabeach #288

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/07/2013 08:02:00Copy HTML

Forecast for Sydney today is 43C (109F). Hottest I can remember. Probably even be too hot for the beach. An Olympic pool with some shady trees sounds good for those still on holidays.
JM_Runs #289

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/07/2013 11:53:34Copy HTML

 Anyone else out on the beach in Sydney today? It's warm without being overbearing - but not many people out. The forecast heatwave must scared them off
Gymbuff #290

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/08/2013 02:37:20Copy HTML

Spotted two young girls (prob in their early 20s) today at one end of Newcastle beach today, one in a brazillian style bikini (which I'm happy to say are becoming more popular) however the other was wearing a skimpy thong. Great bodies the pair of them! Unfortunately Newy beach isn't the kind of place a bloke will get away with minimal swimwear ;(
JM_Runs #291

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/08/2013 04:20:03Copy HTML

 Wandered down to Washaway this afternoon - a dozen nude but no things. Several fully clothed on the beach and in a few boats.
John Howard #292

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/09/2013 11:29:32Copy HTML

 Newy beach isn't the kind of place a bloke will get away with minimal swimwear.....
I reckon new times might be approaching,  on one hand our PM fights 'sexism' with passion (even though any criticism of her performance is actually qualified as sexism anyhow);   perhaps us men should address this kind of beach sexism and just wear as skimpy suits as the girls do.
And if the leader of the opposition makes its way to Kiribili this year, well, then he could champion men in budgie smugglers by proudly wearing his red speedos as he usually does.
I hope he shows character and sticks to his speedos.    If he does he will show his toughness by not surrendering to so much criticism and unfair ridicule.
Thongmad #293

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/15/2013 10:04:14Copy HTML

Newcastle beach is definitely not a great place for a guy to wear a thong…but I’ve seen it done very occasionally, and I’ve done it twice in my lifetime.

I’ve just got back from a few weeks at Port Macquarie. We stayed right on the beach in the caravan park from Boxing Day until Jan 12 – a nice break!

What you have all just said about the ‘not-quite-a-thong-but-showing-lots-of-cheek’ style of bikini bottom is alive and well on our beaches this summer! A large percentage of younger girls/women seemed to be wearing them, and particularly string-sided styles. There were quite a few you would class as ‘tanga’ bikinis. One girl was wearing a white pair with around a 4” triangle at the back (maybe a large thong I guess), and one lady had a true thong bikini on one occasion. I think we’ll see a return to proper thong styles eventually.

We had a total of 16 days on the beach. I wore my thong a total of 16 days. Yep, every single day spent tanning in my thongs! And the earth is still turning!

I would surf every morning early (in boardies and rash shirt) then return to our caravan for breakfast with my family. Afterwards we’d spend 2-3 hours on the beach, usually in the crowded patrolled section. Here I tanned in my thong from day one. I wore a purple Muscleskins Classic 1” side thong, a Skinzwear black Classic thong in the ‘ThinSkinz’ material, or the same in wet-look purple.

Yes I got plenty of looks, but despite literally hundreds of people seeing me, and being in full view of the lifeguards, nobody said a thing to me, and there was never a problem.

When I got up to go for a swim, I slipped on a Muscleskins brief over the top. I removed it as soon as I was back at my towel to tan and read my book. When we returned for lunch, I’d sit around in my thong, and then we’d go back to the beach for 3-4 hours in the afternoon, again spending the time tanning and reading in my thong.

We didn’t always go back to the patrolled area, so on a few occasions I went for a dip without covering up. Quite a few people we know from the caravan park saw us and come over for a chat, and my thong did not seem to worry any of them. I made no attempt to cover up, and they made no comments, just the usual friendly chat. So I got to have one of the most relaxing beach holidays ever, and one of the best tans ever! Can’t wait for next year!
thong_jock #294

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/15/2013 02:20:36Copy HTML

 I hope we get to see some fotos of u thonging on the beach!
Thongmad #295

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/16/2013 07:09:31Copy HTML

Thanks for fixing that up, JM.

No pics, sorry ;)
JM_Runs #296

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/17/2013 09:24:35Copy HTML

 i'm wondering if anyone knows if thonging is accepted at noosa beaches? Wife and I will be staying at Sunshine beach a week. So other than the nude beach there, is there another beach that people thong on?
Ps. My usual beach to thong on is the strip at fingal heads. Nice empty beach with only a couple of people going past sometimes. Other side of the tweed river ocean side.
lordy_007 #297

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/18/2013 06:42:50Copy HTML

 You can thong on main beach if you are brave enough, lots of people to make judgements. I would recommend that you go down to the northern end of main beach, lots less people there. Otherwise go to sunshine beach on he other side of the national park (where the nudie beach is), sunshine is long and sparsely populated if you don't want to swim between the flags. 
JM_Runs #298

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/18/2013 10:26:20Copy HTML

 do you ever see anyone thronging on sunshine Beach? 
g_stringmelbboy #299

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/18/2013 05:56:28Copy HTML

 Hey I'm going to the Gold Coast next month. I will be wearing a skinzwear g-string. What beaches would be the best option? It is my first time up there.
JM_Runs #300

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/18/2013 10:27:14Copy HTML

 g_stringmelbboy i go to southport spit across the road from seaworld to thong. Also i checked with police last year and you can legally wear a g-string on any beach at surfers. Hope that helps.
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