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The stunning province of Nova Scotia is a glorious canvas of immense beauty and offers a wonderfully contrasting combination of lakes, beaches, forests, rivers, and mountains. Its beaches are very popular amongst local and international travellers alike luring visitors in their droves to enjoy its pristine shores and the surrounding area's magnificent beauty. A well-frequented beach in this Canadian province is the fantastic Queensland Beach, which is just half an hour away from the sought-after tourist enclave of Metro, and is known as one of the top 10 beaches in Nova Scotia.
A terrific sandy beach, Queensland Beach is one of 19 supervised beaches in the area and is 500m in length with 300m of that comprising of coastline; two-thirds of this area is supervised by lifeguards. Easily accessible and family friendly, if its swimming you’re after, Queensland Beach is the ideal beach for you as there are no currents, surfs, or any rips to speak of. If its rest and relaxation you’re after, not to mention as many glorious sun rays to tan under, Queensland Beach is perfect; the supervised section of the shoreline has a restriction on items such as Frisbees and baseball bats so that patrons can relax in peace without having to watch out for flying objects!
An additional benefit of spending your leisure time at this beach is that its waters are quite a bit warmer than most other Nova Scotia beaches as it is sheltered by St. Margaret’s Bay. Queensland Beach is an immaculate beach with ample parking, clean toilets, and convenient changing rooms. Spending a day at this scintillating sandy beach with its blue waters and tranquil atmosphere promises to be a highlight of your stay in Nova Scotia.