North Australia Coastline. The coastline of northern Australia is generally flat and bereft of the pounding surf that is a feature of the eastern and southern seaboard. Waters can be muddy and brown during the wet season as huge rivers disgorge flooding rains and cyclone become a distinct possibility. During the dry season the waters are glassy, flat and beautifully green or blue in colour – beaches are often sandy and white and the coastal cliffs a deep red or burnt orange colour.
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