Sydney beaches map
Map of sydney beaches. Sydney beaches map (Australia) to print. Sydney beaches map (Australia) to download. Sydney Beaches are located along the city Pacific Ocean coastline and also its harbors , bays and rivers . Sydney is renowned for its beaches which, with its warm climate, attract people almost all year round. Sydney ocean beaches include the internationally renowned Bondi , Coogee and Manly , while harbor beaches include Balmoral. The ocean beaches are usually divided as you can see in sydney beaches map into the Northern Beaches , located north of the entrance to Sydney Harbor and the southern beaches which are in the eastern suburbs and Cronulla area. Most beach suburbs have one beach but some have more. Manly has eight beaches that range from the large 1.6-kilometre (1 mi) Ocean Beach to the tiny Fairy Bower Beach. There are also more beaches along the Hawkesbury River to the north, and Botany Bay and Port Hacking to the south.
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If you are looking for a relatively quiet beach experience near Manly, head to picturesque Shelly Beach, one of the best beaches north of Sydney. A 20-minute walk from The Corso, Manly pedestrian-only shopping mall, around Cabbage Tree Bay, this lovely sheltered cove is a peaceful spot to paddle, surrounded by a nature reserve. It is also the only west-facing beach along the Sydney coast, making it a perfect spot to watch a seaside sunset. Sydney most northerly stretch of sand and sea, and the film location for the popular Aussie TV series Home and Away, posh Palm Beach offers activities and water sports for the whole family. The beach sits on a peninsula between Pittwater and Broken Bay, about a 50-minute drive from the city center, but this distance from the city means Palm Beach has some of the best water quality of all Sydney beaches as its shown in sydney beaches map. Close to the city, Balmoral Beach is fabulous for families. Calm waters lap this harbor beach, and a shark net ensures safe swimming. You will also find plenty of cafés nearby, as well as idyllic picnic spots in the adjacent parkland for when little bellies start to rumble. Gazing out over the blue-green water, you can see yachts bobbing on the glassy surface and the Sydney Heads looming beyond.
Smaller than nearby Bondi Beach, but usually less crowded, Bronte has all the ingredients for a relaxing day by the sea. Waves can be rough here, but you will always find safe swimming in the free 30-meter saltwater pool, called the Bronte Baths as its mentioned in sydney beaches map. Parents with toddlers love to take them for a paddle in the shallow natural rock pool adjacent to the Baths. On the Northern Beaches in Sydney, Bilgola Beach is one of the most private beaches along this stretch of coast-and one of the most beautiful. To access this golden slice of sand slung between steep headlands, you drive down a long, windy road aptly called, The Serpentine. This descent through a relatively quiet residential area makes the beach feel secluded. Surrounded by Sydney Harbour National Park, in the upscale suburb of Vaucluse, Shark Beach and Nielsen Park are a little slice of heaven only minutes from the city. Despite its intimidating name, shark nets make swimming safe at this picturesque harbor beach, and the calm waters are ideal for young children. Highlights include three grassy picnic areas shaded by large fig trees, scenic walking tracks through the surrounding bushland, and lovely harbor views.