Play Travel have rounded up Australia’s best Beach Clubs

So, your Bali getaway was cancelled? You’re still dreaming about dancing on a beach somewhere in Greece? Ibiza has been put on hold until who knows when?

Don’t despair, we’ve got you. From Aperol Spritz’ at Watsons Bay in Sydney to the live DJ’s and chic umbrellas of The Moseley, on Glenelg Beach in South Australia we’ve found beach club vibes across Australia to rival the best in the world. 

If you need inspiration for your next beach holiday, we suggest you keep scrolling to uncover the coolest beach clubs in your state and the best places to stay for a hot summer holiday.  

 Beach Club, Watsons Bay, New South Wales
Long summers were made for this beachside playground on Sydney’s stunning Watsons Bay. Enjoy a lazy lunch, freshly shucked oysters, incredible pink sunsets and live DJ sounds. Washed down with one of their delicious Aperol Spritz’ you won’t want the day / night to end!

Stay at the chic Ultimo Hotel in the city, moments from Darling Harbour, the Entertainment Precinct and just a short and scenic ferry ride to Watsons Bay. 

From $8 weekly, total from $322 for 2 people. 


The Salt House, Cairns Marina, Queensland
Relax on daybeds in the tropical outdoors, surrounded by flowing ponds and Queensland’s signature palm trees. The tapas menu is perfect for sharing on a sunny and warm Cairns afternoon. The laid-back beach vibe is hard to beat, and this could easily become your local while on holiday.

Stay at the popular 4 Star Jack and Newell Apartments, self-contained and minutes away from The Marina, beach walks and the centre of Cairns. Put aside some time to discover the heritage listed Daintree Rainforest or mornings snorkelling on The Great Barrier Reef.

From $23 weekly, total from $770 for 2 people.  


Pinky’s Beach Club, Rottnest Island, WA 

Pinky’s boasts one of the most spectacular views on the island, overlooking the famous Pinky Beach and Bathurst Lighthouse. With a renowned chef and a focus on fresh local seafood, there’s no better spot on the island to soak up the vibes of a hot WA summer.

From $15 weekly, total from $310 for 1 person. 

Explore WA’s stunning coastline and the Margaret River wine region by campervan, one of the best ways to discover this incredible state, add a day trip to Rottnest Island when you book! 


 The Moseley Beach Club, Adelaide, SA 
Taking inspiration from Europe and South East Asia, The Moseley on Glenelg beach features an uber cool casual dining area, bar and weekend DJ’s, there’s free entry, so head on down, grab a day bed, stick your toes in the sand and enjoy one of the hippest beach clubs in Australia.  

Stay at Adelaide’s luxurious 5 Star Mayfair Hotel, with a rooftop bar and restaurant just 30 minutes away. Between this and The Moseley this could be a holiday on high rotation!

From $7 weekly, total from $425 for 2 people.


Darwin Trailer Boat Club 
This renowned beach club is Darwin’s oldest seaside club and the best spot in town to witness Darwin’s famed tropical sunset. Take a seat under the palms, kick back and enjoy the laid- back lifestyle of this authentic Aussie town.

Stay at The Ramada Suites, self-contained apartments, located just 10 minutes away and close to Darwin’s best galleries, bars and restaurants. Add a croc diving experience to your package if you dare!

From $4 weekly, total from $201 for 2 people.



 We know booking any holiday right now seems confusing and difficult so we recommend planning ahead.

Give yourself something to look forward to for Summer in 2020 or 2021 and pay easy weekly instalments.

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From relaxing beach holidays, to family escapes, city mini-breaks and adventure tours we’ve got your next holiday covered. Check-out our Australian holidays!

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