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matt476 #401

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/03/2014 02:36:09Copy HTML

 ... now with this cyclone up north, no-one will be stripping down on the beach here on the east coast for at least another week ! ... still, the muggy weather doesn't stop the ladies from not wearing much about town ...

JM_Runs #402

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/08/2014 08:17:44Copy HTML

 Just got a little time at shack bay near cape patterson. Wearing my beachkini mini thong. One other couple of like mind. He in thong she was topless. A few people staring as if they have never seen a guy in a thong before. Great beach will definitely go back.
sleazepig2 #403

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/08/2014 09:49:40Copy HTML

 Sounds like a good time & in good company.
Thongmad #404

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/28/2014 09:55:01Copy HTML

 March is always better than Feb, as the weather settles and the fine sunny days of Autumn start to set in. The sea is always at it's warmest as well.
JM_Runs #405

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/03/2014 10:11:25Copy HTML

 Off to Cape Paterson next weekend. Hoping for great warm weather. 
matt476 #406

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/12/2014 04:34:32Copy HTML

... not much action here. walked for a k along the local beach in the trusty old blue g-string and there was no one there ... lots of ladies with cute bums half hanging out of pants in town tho ... not to mention the huge boobs that young ladies seem to like getting out on show these days ... gotta love those little ripped shorts that only just cover pussy ...

kimififi #407

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/17/2014 11:20:41Copy HTML

Have been enjoying A-Bay in Noosa for sometime now - as you can always loose your thong and still enjoy the beach :) Love the weather lately on the Sunny Coast!
JM_Runs #408

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/17/2014 11:28:37Copy HTML

 Cape paterson. Hey thong mad. Head towards phillip island but go left instead of right to philip island. Cape Paterson has a few beaches but we choose the one around the coast called shack bay
JM_Runs #409

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/17/2014 11:31:18Copy HTML

 I was just back from A-Bay Noosa. Loved it. You can wear what ever you want there so suits me fine
kimififi #410

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:03/17/2014 11:41:21Copy HTML

Great to hear that vstring :)It's a great place that's just a little too far off the tourist track and that makes it a bit of a 'destination' for more 'broad-minded' folks!Hope you had a good time up there! 
bbyrne78 #411

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:04/20/2014 02:23:42Copy HTML

After the cyclone a weeks ago, the very mild autumn is in full swing with 26deg and 29deg days, with hardly any wind. Perfect for the beach.

Due to the families and wowsers inundating my local beach, what is normally populated by women of all ages wearing g-strings, thongs and brazilian bottoms are full of boy shorts and full coverage bikinis. Not very interesting at all.

I drove an hour to find a beach where I could wear my new San Lorenzo bikinis and a new Australian brand called Vivid Vixen.

Love Bren

Happy_Thonger #412

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:04/21/2014 07:12:06Copy HTML

We just cam back from Noosa. It rained a fair bit but we still got out and about and enjoyed ourselves. I thonged it on the main beach, whilst padling around on the river and also over in Alexander Bay. I caused a bit of a stir on the main beach but over in Alexander Bay it was no issue at all. Thats also a nudist area so they are more relaxed.I was a little surprised at how conservative the young Queenslanders seemed to be. Its a bit disappointing but we didn't let it put us off. Still had a ball :)
thenextthong #413

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:04/23/2014 06:55:42Copy HTML

Happy_Thonger: The one downer about Noosa is that at certain times of the year it gets flooded with Brisbanites, who usually tend to have a very conformist and unadventurous* nature about them. If you want to see more skin, Noosa is much better during the summer months when there are plenty of European backpackers visiting, as well as the Noosa natives, who tend to be more outgoing than people from Brisbane. 
It was quite brave of you thonging on Main Beach. My main hangup about the place was how busy and crowded it tended to get, as I prefer to set up slightly away from the hustle and bustle. I'm tempted to compare it to Surfers, but I can't since it's a much nicer place than Surfers, no matter how crowded it gets. Nonetheless, I never went beyond 1.5 Aussiebums. 
* Their love of hitting the booze, particularly the young, may be mistaken for being adventurous, but they really only do it to drown their problems and because all their mates do it.
matt476 #414

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:06/06/2014 05:03:52Copy HTML

 Winter has finally set in on the east coast. I'm starting to go white and hairy. Cannot wait until september to make a fresh start on the tan, strip down to the smallest possible bit of fabric, shave off the winter coat and relax and enjoy ... good time to visit the Koala and Tangaland web sites and stock up on the smallest bits of cloth I can find to soak up the sun ...

Grabeach #415

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:06/06/2014 11:19:32Copy HTML

The cool weather certainly took a long time to get here. I read the last couple of weeks of May in Sydney were the warmest on record with every day being over 22C.

It could be a lean winter for me, as the swimming centre with the 'sun trap' outdoor pool where I normally hibernate over the cooler months recently closed. It will be rebuilt as a megacentre, but won't reopen for two years. Looking at Google Earth, there appears to be a few southerly wind sheltered harbour beaches in the Eastern Suburbs, but they are a fair way from where I live, so I'm not sure it's worth the drive.
Thongmad #416

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:06/10/2014 09:41:32Copy HTML

 It's finished here for a few months, and yes the tan has faded a bit already :(

Already looking at September on the calendar...
malagaguy #417

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:06/27/2014 11:20:02Copy HTML

Clothing optional Google Map resource for Australia. 
Happy_Thonger #418

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:06/29/2014 08:54:57Copy HTML

Thanks Malagaguy... Good Google map reference!! Didnt know you could do a search for that. Will try it in different parts of the world and see how it goes.
matt476 #419

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:07/19/2014 01:41:41Copy HTML

 I must say all those ladies wearing those ubiquitous black stretchy pants with clearly defined arse are a sight to behold right across Australia this winter ... bring on a long hot summer and get those gorgeous buns out into the sun darlings !
wxyzz #420

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/05/2014 04:29:31Copy HTML

 Anyone tried thong At watson bay area? Lady bay beach?
Grabeach #421

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/06/2014 10:15:12Copy HTML

My experiences in that area are not recent, but from what I've read I doubt much would have changed.

Lady Bay is a legal 'nude' beach, so local Aussies (mostly guys) would be nude. Camp Cove, which you pass on the way to Lady Bay, is a well known topless / g-string friendly beach. Other beaches in the area would be thong tolerant, though you possibly won't see anyone (especially guys) in thongs.

As these beaches generally face west, and at this time of the year the predominate wind is a cool westerly, very few will be in swimwear.
bbyrne78 #422

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/06/2014 11:51:54Copy HTML

Maybe I am biased,  but I really don't know why anyone wouldn't just drive 90 minutes to Jervis Bay in the South Coast or 90 minutes north to Terrigal.
Both spots offer great water and in the case of Jervis Bay some of the nicest sand in the world.
I think Jervis Bay is one of the prettiest beaches in the world and the relatively wealthy locals and day trippers are not going to care what you are wearing.
I once had a Federal Police Officer ask if he could take a photo with me. No problem. 
Love Bren
Grabeach #423

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/07/2014 09:37:18Copy HTML

Can't argue with Jervis Bay, though 184 km in 90 minutes is really moving! More like 150 minutes.

For a tourist staying in the city without a car, Watsons Bay is only a short bus ride, and it is very scenic. A longer bus ride gets one to the northern peninsular beaches (Bungan though to Palm), which in my opinion are the equal of those on the central coast (Terrigal etc).
John Howard #424

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/08/2014 03:37:01Copy HTML

 I made the effort to take the detour to Jarvis Bay on  my trip from Sydney to Melbourne back in January.   I got the good reference from Bren; and she was bloody right.....

Jarvis Bay is a magnificent beach,  it would take about 8 hours drive from Mel so for me to go there it has to be well planned ahead.
If I was living in Sydney I would definitely do it,  I can imagine the real problem being accommodation if you decide to stay more than one day.
Thongmad #425

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/08/2014 07:52:17Copy HTML

 Hate to tell you guys, but I live in the Newcastle/Port Stephens area, with some of the world's best beaches on my front doorstep :)

Yes Bren, Terrigal is lovely too! But show me a beach on the NSW east coast that you could not enjoy on a beautiful day!
bbyrne78 #426

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/09/2014 07:01:46Copy HTML

 @JH glad you enjoyed Jervis Bay.

Lots of b&b's in that whole area plus the Mercure hotel in Kiama and Wollongong. Lots of holiday rentals too. It is much easier staying in Jervis nowadays. Back when I went the first time, I ended up staying in Ulladulla and drove up to Jervis every day for a week.

@Thongmad, we both have it pretty good, you with Port Stephens and I have Casuarina. I grew up in Newcastle and it is a pretty nice part of the world.

Love Bren
JuniorThong #427

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:08/20/2014 01:09:56Copy HTML

 I live just south of Jervis Bay and I definitely agree with the others in recommending everyone to visit. The beaches are absolutely amazing, especially Hyams beach, which is in the Guiness Book of World Records for having the whitest sand in the world. There are also several private beaches that can be found after a little bush walk that are just as beautiful and much less crowded. Its also worth a little trip down to mollymook beach, which is perfect for swimming, especially for families since it is very safe for children (it is patrolled and if there is a rip, the beach is long enough that you can move without being too close to others), though it is very popular so thonging would be up to personal choice. I am so happy to have grown up in an area with so many amazing beaches. 
Sydmixwrstlr #428

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/10/2014 12:12:50Copy HTML

 Samurai beach is my fave  I know its a nudist beach but I thong there ;)
Thongmad #429

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/12/2014 12:30:40Copy HTML

 Yes Sydmixwrstlr, Samurai Beach is paradise!

I spent an afternoon there last week walking from One Mile to Samurai's northern end and back working on my thong tan line for this season!
Samurai is a regular spot for me to go, as I have done for over 20 years now. I have more often than not been wearing a thong there as well. I agree that thong wearing on nudist beaches seems to be much more accepted. That said, I wear one on Newcastle Beach at the southern end these days as well.
I usually see a handful of guys and gals each year in thongs on Samurai - I guess they have the same feeling about thonging on a nude beach :)

When do you usually get there?
Grabeach #430

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/28/2014 08:31:33Copy HTML

30C (86F) forecast for today and 33C (91F) tomorrow for those who can get a day off. And it's still only the first month of spring!
JM_Runs #431

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:09/30/2014 12:09:09Copy HTML

Spent yesterday and today thronging at Obelisk. Was super hot on all counts :)
Thongmad #432

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:10/06/2014 09:19:56Copy HTML

 Spent today on Samurai thronging.Absolute bliss :)
matt476 #433

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:10/18/2014 12:08:30Copy HTML

 Probably about time to start a new 'thread' ... looking forward to getting around in my Tangaland half bag suit on public beaches this summer ... my nuts need some sun ...
Thongmad #434

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:10/30/2014 09:41:39Copy HTML

Spent a couple of cheeky hours thonging on South Newcastle beach in the middle of the day today.

The trend for swimwear is definately getting cheekier ;) on girls anyway...
Thongmad #435

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:11/11/2014 10:22:12Copy HTML

Actually went to Bondi Beach last Sunday...Heavan and Hell all rolled into one!

I loved every minute of it! The place was packed full, along the esplanade and on the beach.

Yes, there were thongs and g-strings to be seen evrywhere! The trend seems to be very small-reared swimwear for the girls this season, and some proper thongs and g's as well. Quite a few men in Speedo's to be seen as it is a very surf-club orientated culture down there.

I layed with my family a few hundred metres north of the North Bondi Surf Tower (yes, the one on Bondi Rescue), only about five metres from the beachfront walkway, tanning in my black JS thong. Quite a few people had a second look, but I was completely at ease doing so, even on this very crowded beach!

Wife and I have vowed to go back for a long weekend ;)
Thong_Flasher #436

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/05/2014 11:03:49Copy HTML

 Have been able to enjoy this recent warm weather down my way, got out in thong around Portarlington, Indented Head and St Leonards areas.
Few people about but not packed, got a nice thong tan going on and even received some encouraging comments.
craiginwesttexas #437

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/08/2014 05:40:42Copy HTML

Gonna be in Brisbane and Port Douglas in January.  I'm from the US.  Anyone have suggestions for beaches to thong at or to be nude at.  thanks
teeback269 #438

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/09/2014 09:35:47Copy HTML

 You cannot be nude in Queensland, it is against the law, but there is a unofficial nude beach just north of Cairns (about 60km south of Port Douglas).As for wearing thong, it is accepted everywhere. I live in North Queensland, and that is what I wear all the time.
Thongmad #439

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/09/2014 10:21:15Copy HTML

 Brisbane is limited, not being as coastal as you might be expecting. Check out Southbank if you're not shy...

Go down and visit the Gold Coast, about an hour south, and just pick any old spot of sand and go for it ;)
Grabeach #440

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/09/2014 08:42:44Copy HTML

Lady Robinson Beach at Brighton-Le-Sands on Monday. Normally if I go here I’m heading north and park in the undercover car park (nice to go back to a cool car), cross the very busy road at the lights and walk straight down to the netted pool. Although very family orientated (maybe even because it is very family orientated) no one ever had a problem with my g-string, but I haven’t seen anyone else, male or female, in a thong for years.

Last Monday morning I was elsewhere early and coming back heading south. I grabbed a single parking spot on the beach side a few hundred metres north of the baths. Perfect weather, but I thought it wouldn’t last long, so I didn't waste any time and hit the beach directly opposite where I’d parked. While I noticed there were only a couple of dozen people in that area, I wasn’t paying any attention to their demographics or what they were wearing. Dropped my towel in a space about ten metres from anyone else and went for a quick swim.

Only when walking back to my towel did I notice two of my fellow beach goers were early 20 something women sunning separately face down. One in a thong and one in a ‘ckeeky’ rolled into a thong. I became engrossed in my book and the next time I looked, both had turned over, neither putting their top back on.

I immediately checked the date on my watch, to make sure I hadn't time warped back to 1990.
Grabeach #441

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/22/2014 08:50:39Copy HTML

Same beach. This time I deliberately went to the 'new' spot as I was curious to see whether two weeks ago had been a one-off. Miss 'cheeky' was there again, but this time in a proper thong. A while later another even younger lady (late teen?) arrived and stripped to a thong and no top. Looks like this may be a regular place for thonging. In general females of this age tend to wear the same things as others their age, so it will be interesting to see whether the thong and topless style really catches on here by the end of summer.

Another thing that impressed me, was when a group of eight mid teen guys (it's now school holidays) turned up and started kicking a ball around not that far away, they basically ignored both the girls and myself. No staring and not one smart remark. As it should be, but often isn't.
matt476 #442

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:12/26/2014 09:35:21Copy HTML

 Crappy summer so far. Have only been in the sun a handful of times - Little Congwong was nice to go fully naked in the middle of spring. Might go to Chinamans next Tuesday it's supposed to be a warm day but with southerly winds so a north facing beach may be nice ...

matt476 #443

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/01/2015 11:21:10Copy HTML

 After spending 3 mid days out of the last 4 in the little mesh G-String here at the local beach I am now sporting an (almost) all over tan, with some odd strap tan lines and a sunburnt knob! And doesn't it feel terrific! Hope we get some more of that weather shortly
ChingChing #444

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/02/2015 03:14:36Copy HTML

 I was in Coogee beach last Monday with my JS thong in turquoise.  Arrived @3pm, the beach was full. I was settled in the middle of the beach near top end part next to some rocks and footpath.  Next to me was a young couple, the lady was with her red bikini and cheeky bottom.  I did find a few thong in ladies only, one of them I know was the WW brand too!  Fingercroxx this summer people will go for more slimmer/minimal suit.
Thongmad #445

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/17/2015 07:29:28Copy HTML

How was everyone's Christmas holidays?

I had 21 days away at our usual coastal hangout - spent 20 days on the beach, and on every occasion I wore my black JS thong, nothing else.
Needless to say the thong tan lines are well defined. Even used the beach side showers and went to the kiosk without covering up.
As expected this draws a lot of looks and some double-takes, a few comments, but never a hassle!
I didn't see another male this year, but every third female had a cheeky style on, with a few genuine thongs in the mix, including one topless WW wearer. At least the girls had fun!
Happy_Thonger #446

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:01/18/2015 09:59:33Copy HTML

Mate, good on you for representing the blokes out there!! :)
matt476 #447

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/07/2015 10:59:41Copy HTML

 I'm starting to turn white. gotta have a full body shave and get amongst things ...
my little bits of lycra are crying out for some exposure ...

matt476 #448

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/07/2015 11:04:51Copy HTML

 bums are definately in fashion this year, to go by the little pants that ladies are getting around town in ... with their cute little cheeks hanging out of their pants and all that ...

Thongmad #449

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/09/2015 05:44:04Copy HTML


One to look out for!
Happy_Thonger #450

Re:Beaches of Australia

Date Posted:02/24/2015 02:20:10Copy HTML

South Beach, Fremantle, WA... Just went there yesterday. A gorgeous day. Lots of people on the beach. Just wore a basic very brief micro thong. Walked out, pick a spot to put my gear, had a swim, lay on my towel caught some sun front and back, buns out n proud, had more swims, chilled out, meditated, walked back to my car, got changed in the change rooms, etc. Was the only guy in a thong from what I could see but there were some girls in cheeky bottoms and very brief bikinis and guys in everything from speedos to boardshorts. No one battered an eyelid or looked twice. Not even a little bit. Everyone just got on with enjoying the sun and the water and doing their own thing. Good old Freo. Very much a live and let live culture with people visiting from all over the world. A good mixing pot. Very relaxing and unstressfull. It proves that if you want to wear minimalist swimwear on a popular Perth beach, be you male OR female, you can and no one will give two hoots. They let you do whatever you want and wear what ever you want. Love this town. I'll be back to that beach. Happy dayz.
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