Welcome to the Free Beaches Australia (FBA) information portal – strip off, relax and find yourself a nice patch of sand somewhere around Australia. Note that there are some pictures of naked people on this site – nothing sexual or offensive so it’s all very safe, but you might want to be careful at work! Unless you’re allowed to work nude, in which case you’ll be fine!!

Our Aim:

Nude beaches for every body

Our Vision:

Support and promote the FBA Etiquette, aims, mission, vision and goals to create a united nudist/naturist culture, accepted within mainstream society by developing safe, clean, fun, clothing optional public areas throughout Australia.

Our Mission:

To become Australia’s Premier Nudist Lobby Organisation by encouraging healthy, fun participation of all members through active regional area involvement.

Our Goals:

To develop ‘Free Beaches Australia’ Australian membership to 10,000 plus members by 2020.

To lobby all levels of Government, the Community and the nudist population for the declaration, maintenance and appreciation of adequate nudist beaches and recreational areas

To consistently exceed the entire community’s expectations in the areas of public safety, ‘free beach etiquette’, excellence and community involvement


The Naturist/Nudist community is a fantastic caring group of people from a diverse range of back grounds who are aware of the fragile balance and scrutiny their textile free family lifestyle attracts. This common sense approach to ‘free beach etiquette’ has been developed to ensure the growth, the safety and to facilitate a balanced acceptance of the textile free family lifestyle within mainstream society.

  • Stay out of dunes and re-vegetation areas
  • Obey regulations – National and State Park regs, life-saving, fire, fishing and parking
  • Don’t wander from established nude areas – this may risk the areas closure
  • No sexual activity – be nude not lewd – this just undermines our objectives
  • Don’t litter – carry out more than you brought in
  • Respect the property of others – ‘if your bum is bare cover the chair’
  • No unauthorised photography of others, especially children
  • Respect the privacy of others – allow others to have space – don’t stare
  • Come prepared & be sun smart – bring water, food, towels, sunscreens etc
  • Speak up for standards – carry copies of Free Beach Etiquette – report criminal activity to police

Other places where you can find examples of beach etiquette include AANR Beach Etiquette and NITOC Beach Etiquette