Sydney has many beautiful beaches to serve the travelers with a variety of picturesque delights. Starting from calm, sheltered bays and secret coves to busy surf beaches, you will find every type of beach in Sydney. Mostly all the beaches are easily accessible from the main city center. Clustered with cafes, restaurant, and shopping areas, Sydney beaches have everything that can retain the holiday spirit within you.While at the beach you can avail a number of aquatic activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, standup paddle boarding, and surfing.
The most well-known beach is the Bondi Beach which is consolidated by the local villagers who have set up their shops, bars, eateries and everything required for a delightful holiday.
The Bronte Beach is a few minutes’ walk from the Bondi Beach. The beach is famous for picnic spots and outdoor barbeque.
Gordon’s Bay is a little beach laid between Clovelly and Coogee beaches. Famous for the natural underwater trail, divers past reefs, and grounds and kelp forests, the Gordon Bay has lots of things to cherish. For typical gourmet lovers, the beach offers excellent fish burger at the burger joint on Clovelly Road.
Palm Beach is an ideal place for protected swimming with a large ocean pool with changing rooms. There is an official golf course, lush bushland, and sand dunes that can make your holidays interesting and eventful.
Watson’s Bay is Australia’s oldest fishing village at the southern entrance to Sydney Harbor. Swimmers can take a dip at the Watson’s Bay Baths and enjoy the breeze while walking your way towards The Gap and Macquarie Lighthouse. Sydney’s famous Doyle’s restaurant sells fish and chips along with a mug of beer at the beach hotels where you can also stay.
A few minutes’ walk from the Watson’s Bay laid the Camp Cove which is perfect for a small family outing with calm beach waves and millionaire views.