30 Of The World's Most Dangerous Beaches
Australian beaches are known for being both the height of luxury and among some of the most dangerous in the world and Fraser Island is no exception to this. The ecotourism beach is a premier Queensland destination despite its many dangers.
To unruly waves, strong currents, circling sharks and poisonous jellyfish, venturing into the clear blue waters may seem tempting, but it's worth staying well within the shallow end because of the many dangers this beach has. But staying on dry land isn't entirely safe either. The dingo, a common wild dog, often roam in packs and have been known to attack beach-goers.
This favourite beach hangout in Cape Town isn't far from the infamous Shark Alley, a thin channel within two offshore islands known for its abundance of white sharks.
Whilst this sounds like a perfectly reasonable excuse for the entire human race never to set foot here, many thrill-seekers and divers flock here in the search of seeing these feared ocean predators.