What to take to the beach this summer


What to take to the beach this summer

Summer is in full swing, which means heading outdoors, basking in the heat and enjoying long days at the beach. A trip to the beach involves a few components that cannot be forgotten, like sunscreen, beach umbrellas and a good book to read to pass the time. Here’s our list of beach essentials so you can have the best day out at the beach.

Sunglasses from Sunglass Hut

Sunglasses are a must to protect your eyes from the harsh sun this summer. We love these Burberry sunglasses from its spring/summer collection.

Pictured: Burberry sunglasses BE4283 from Sunglass Hut.

Sunscreen from New World

Protect your skin from burning with a waterproof sunscreen. We love this Nivea 50+ SPF in a spray bottle for easy application.

Pictured: Nivea Sun Ultra Sport spray sunscreen SPF50+ from New World.

Beach umbrella and chilly bin from Kmart

It's smart to take a beach umbrella with you for shade, as well as a cooler you can fill to the brim with ice and thirst-quenching beverages.

Pictured from left to right: Kmart beach umbrella Aegean, Kmart 8L cooler.

Book from Whitcoulls

Keep yourself entertained and enthralled with a new book to read.

Pictured frmo left to right: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman published by Harper Collins from Target, Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales published by Penguin Books Australia.

Beach Towel from Country Road

You'll need something to lie down on, right? We love these trendy towels from Country Road.

Pictured from left to right: Country Road Coolangatta beach towel, Country Road Logo beach towel.

Headphones from JB HI-FI

Take a break from your book to play your summer tunes with wireless headphones that won't tangle you up.

Pictured: Apple Airpods from JB HI-FI.

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