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Australia, home to the world’s 7 best diving spots

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To mark the end of the summer, the dating site reviews MyDatingAdviser.com compiled a ranking of the best places to dive around the world and found that Australia is home to some of the best places to dive.

If you want to dive in late summer – some Australian bathing spots may be better than others for your next nude bathing adventure.

To determine the best places to swim, MyDatingAdviser compared 100 nudist beaches around the world to determine the best places to dive. They then ranked the best places to dive skinny in Australia.

This study took into account beach quality, safety, weather and housing. This was by 7 key indicators of immersion friendliness: (1) pollution (2) blue flag status, (3) weather (4) air temperature, (5) water temperature, (6) safety, and (7) hotel cost.

Using data points, each site received a ‘Skinny Dipping Index Score’. This is a testament to the quality of immersion in skinny that you could get in this place.

7 best places to swim in Australia:

  1. Olive Beach, a suburb of Adelaide
    Index score: 72.75
  2. Vangulba Creek, Fraser Island
    Index score: 71.75
  3. Cronan Creek Falls, Mount Barney, QLD
    Index score: 65
  4. Lady Bay Beach, New South Wales
    Index score: 60.75
  5. Platlands, Queensland
    Index score: 59.25
  6. Carigna National Park, WA Pilbara region
    Index score: 54.25
  7. Cedar Creek Falls, Queensland
    Score index: 43

Please see here for details on places to swim in Australia (you can also see the full table of survey data with 100 seats).

Australian rank Global rank A place to swim Address IndexScore Beach quality The weather Security level The cost of the hotel
1 3 Olive Beach Maslin Beach SA 5170, Australia 72.75 6 16 23 64
2 4 The cry of Vanguble Fraser Island QLD 4581, Australia 71.75 13 17 27 56
3 11 Cronan Creek Falls Mount Barney QLD 4287, Australia 65 33 1 28 78
4 20 Lady Bay Beach New South Wales, Australia 60.75 15 12 59 71
5 27 Sites Queensland, Australia 59.25 14 2 86 61
6 40 Corydini National Park Banjima Dr, Karijini WA 6751, Australia 54.25 9 66 51 57
7 66 Cedar Creek Falls Cedar Creek QLD 4800, Australia 43 31 19 85 93

Here are some tips on how to have fun to lose weight:

  • Be respectful and be prudent. Try not to injure young children. We agree that the human body is a beautiful thing, but give people the opportunity not to look at you if they don’t want to.
  • Don’t forget about sunscreen and spray. You don’t want to get a sunburn in a place that doesn’t normally see daylight.
  • Don’t drop skinny drunk. A little liquid courage can help you get dressed. But if you are completely drunk, swimming is dangerous and can be in a dangerous situation.
  • Beware of leeches. With a bathing suit it’s one thing, and if you’re completely naked, it’s another.
  • Make sure your friends are comfortable. If everyone is happy to undress, then go.
  • Watch people’s faces. Interact as usual and minimize physical contact.
  • No photo. If only celebrities and politicians could learn that too.
  • This is not a big problem. Stop yourself and have fun. Remember that even swimsuit models don’t look like that in real life. So relax and enjoy naked.

Amy Pritchett, Editor-in-Chief of MyDatingAdviser:

“This is my declaration to the whole world to have fun and skinny dive! The past year has been difficult and we have all experienced blockage, grief and disruption to our normal lives.

There is nothing more liberated and joyful than a thin dive. If you have the opportunity to visit a beautiful skinny place for swimming, you should undress, enjoy nature and splash! Remember, it’s okay, and if the water is cold, it’s even better! “

To see the best skinny places to swim in (almost) every country in the world: https://mydatingadviser.com/best-nude-beaches-in-the-world/

https://beautynews.com.au/2021/09/29/australia-home-to-7-of-the-worlds-best-skinny-dipping-spots/

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