Beach parties are a great way to celebrate the summer. They are easy to plan and are perfect for a group of friends or family members.
But it is important to check the local regulations before throwing a beach party. They can vary a lot from place to place.
St. Kilda Beach
The palm tree-lined beachfront and heritage buildings at St. Kilda are reminiscent of a curious cross between Venice Beach and San Francisco, with a cosmopolitan lifestyle and a buzzing nightlife.
When you visit the area, be sure to check out the pier which offers an amazing view of the city skyline and beach. There are also a number of other activities that you can enjoy at the beach like fishing, rollerblading and walking.
While visiting the pier, don’t forget to look for penguins. These tiny animals are always present and can be seen on the pier year round.
Brighton Beach has an exciting calendar of events, ranging from music festivals to cinema screenings and everything in between. With a wide range of restaurants and bars lining the waterfront, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste.
Brighton is also the home to a number of gay bars and clubs, with a large community of lesbians. It also hosts the Brighton Beach Pride festival in August every year attracting thousands of people from all over the world.
A famous event on Brighton Beach took place in 2002 when British DJ Fatboy Slim hosted a free concert which was four times more than the expected attendance. The Big Beach Boutique II was a massive success and was attended by over 250,000 partygoers, which made it one of the biggest parties in Britain.
Dendy Street Beach
Dendy Street Beach is one of Melbourne’s most famous beaches – a popular destination for people looking to enjoy a day at the sea. A 20-minute drive from Melbourne CBD, it’s the perfect place to grab a bite to eat or go for an evening swim.
Despite being a popular tourist spot, it’s also a very important site for life savers who work here all year round. This is where they patrol the water to ensure everyone is safe and a lot of people don’t get sand kicked in their faces!
During the summer, there are plenty of beach parties to attend. This is a great way to see the views of Melbourne’s skyline while also getting a bit sexy in your bathing suit!
Port Melbourne Beach
A few kilometers from the south-western end of Melbourne’s CBD, Port Melbourne is an exciting bayside suburb. It boasts some of the best modern homes, bay-front restaurants and hotels in the area.
The formerly industrial suburb has undergone intense urban renewal over the past three decades. Its waterfront promenade features a mix of restored workers cottages, modern high-rise apartments and some grand old pubs.
The beach is a popular destination for picnics and barbecues. It also plays a key role in supporting tourism with Station Pier sitting right on the shoreline.
South Melbourne Beach
South Melbourne Beach is one of the closest patrolled beaches to the city and backed by a promenade. It is a favorite with locals who live in the area rather than tourists.
You can find a range of events here including surf lessons, nature kayak tours and jet skiing. These all offer great ways to spend a sunny day at the beach and connect with the environment around you.
If you would like to host your own event at this beach you will need a special event permit from the Town of Melbourne Beach. You will also need to comply with the Town’s noise control rules, which can be found in Chapter 48 of the Town’s Code of Ordinances.