Sydney is world famous for its beaches. When you come out to this part of town you will see why. A short trip from the CBD will take you to one of a number of gorgeous beaches, many of them with great surf. The most famous and popular beach here is Bondi. Bondi has a great vibe, great surf and record numbers of bikinis in the summer. More beautiful and quiet beaches can be found to the south. T ..
Bondi Beach is the busiest place in town on weekends in the summer. Lots of beach babes working on their tan here. Locals and travellers from all over the world. In particular, there are a lot of Brazilians and Kiwis here. Coogee, Maroubra & Bronte are also teeming with talent on sunny days. Other smaller beaches like Clovelly and Gordons Bay are a bit more relaxed but you will still spo ... .
World famous beach that is always busy. Brings in thousands of people on the weekend. The beach itself is beautiful and the girls that come down here are amazing. The break is one of the best in the country for beginner surfers but it is crowded like nowhere else. If you have a foam board the northern section of the beach is the place to go. Plenty of shops will rent you a board here. Follow th ..
Tamarama is a beautiful, fairly quiet pocket of sand and a rewarding surf break for advanced surfers. Bronte is a large beach with a pumping surf break and lots of girls on the beach and in the surrounding park. Good place for a BBQ. The ocean pool here is one of the nicest in Sydney and is a good place for a night swim.
Between Clovelly and Coogee is this rocky bay popular for sunbathing and a bit more relaxed than other beaches in the area. This is a great place for snorkelling. There is a reef break offshore in the right conditions which is for advanced surfers only. There is a weird cave on the northern side of the bay that looks like it is used for parties.
Beautiful long beach popular with surfers and sunbathers. Good friendly vibe on the beach and the area in general. Along the northern headland there is a beautiful ocean pool that is lit up at night. There is a little cave just to the north of the pool which people have campfires in. The hill here is a great place to spot whales during the season.
Probably the most beautiful beach in the area. Park on Lister Ave if you can and walk down through the golf course. The beach here is very quiet during the week but there is a pretty good crowd on the weekend and it is a small area. Beautiful sheltered bay for swimming. One of the best snorkelling and fishing spots.
This beautiful coastal walk takes about 3 hours. Goes from the southern headland of Bondi Beach to the Northern Headland of Coogee. Passing by Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly & Gordons Bay with beautiful views all along the route. Very busy on the weekend. From Coogee you can continue south along the headland as far as Cuzco St. From here you need to walk up to Malabar Rd, turn left on Anzac Prd ..
Drive to the southern end of Anzac Prd to get to this spot where Botany Bay opens up to the ocean. Great snorkelling and fishing here. If you want to get on to Bare Island itself there are tours on Sunday. There is an Aboriginal Market on the first Sunday of every month where you can try delicious Torres Strait food for a good price. Try driving up Cape Banks Rd off Anzac Prd, turn left at the ..
There are lots of great dive sites around including Magic Point Shark cave, Bare Island & The Gap. If you are staying in Sydney for a while and want to dive often but don't have equipment, consider joining the UNSW dive club which is open to non students. $70 to join and gear hire is cheap as are the dive trips that they run (revolu ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .