Getting ready for an Australian Nakation. About a half-dozen stops as we make our way down the east coast – mostly at naturist friendly inns.

After a couple days in Sydney, off to Nelson Bay and a stay at Le Chateau Naturiste


Then by plane to Cairn for several nights at Mai-Tai Resort; not strictly naturist, but outdoor showers and a clothing optional pool.


We’ll make the next to legs by train, with a stop near Airlie beach at the remote Seclude Naturist Retreat


Then an overnight rail journey to Brisbane to check out the dashing new naturist place near Byron Bay.


And finally, a stop a one of the best known naturist places in Australia, BoBrene


I’ll be working on the blog, and posting on Twitter as we go. I’m told naturism can be challenge in Australia; especially in Queensland – but we’re gonna give it our best shot. At least it’ll be summertime!


18 thoughts

      1. It’s actually a great place with great hosts. If you only spend a day there you’ll miss yolander’s cooking and if you do that you won’t have just missed an experience but those in the know will point at you and laugh, and not in a good way.

  1. While you are in the area I recommend you try Birdie Beach and Alexandria beach.

    [] Lilwilly ________________________________

  2. Having met the owner of Le Chateau, I know that you’ll have a wonderful time at their great little B&B. Not too far away is Samurai Beach, an authorised nude beach that’s well worth a visit.
    I hope you enjoy your trip.

  3. Myself, wife and two other couples will naturist touring in a caravan from Brisbane to Perth in 1 March to 30 March and hitting as many naturist places as we can. Looking forward to your information. We are coming from

    1. Thanks Bruce. Editing my original comment, as I saw you had VISITED Lemon Tree in Thailand. Will be paying a visit there next month as well. We’ll let you know about our Australia adventure

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