Best Beaches in Sydney, Australia

Sydney Australia is famous for its beautiful beaches, so I decided to go find the best beaches that this city has to offer…

Here is my list of the Best Beaches in Sydney Australia:

BRONTE BEACH

My list begins on the southside of Sydney’s incredible coastal walk with a family-friendly place called Bronte Beach. Natural and man-made pools protect you from the dangerous rip known as the Bronte Express.

COOGEE BEACH

Over Dolphin’s Point, There’s Coogee Beach, which is much larger than Bronte and also safer for swimming.

Both Bronte and Coogee are located in really cool neighborhoods with some great places to eat and drink down by the water.

CLOVELLY BEACH

In between Coogee and Bronte is the concrete and rocky waterfront of Clovelly Beach – its the perfect place to go if you don’t want any sand in your bikini.

GORDONS BAY

Across Bundock Park is Gordons Bay, which doesn’t have the best beach, but the water is calm and clear so its a really nice spot for snorkeling.

PARSLEY BAY

I absolutely love the smaller bay beaches towards the top end of the Peninsula, and my personal favorite of all these is a cool little hidden gem called Parsley Bay. It is tucked away within a quiet neighborhood and the shark nets make me feel better about swimming.

KUTTIE BEACH

Kuttie is another small, quiet spot within a residential area.

WATSONS BAY

When you’re at Watson’s Bay, stop by Doyle’s for lunch on the water. A completely different vibe here than over between Bondi and Bronte Beach.

MILK BEACH

For amazing views of Sydney Harbor, follow the path to the small and quiet Milk Beach.

TAMARAMA BEACH

Back over on the beautiful coastline, the quiet and secluded Tamarama Beach is great place to get away from the crowds of neighboring Coogee and Bondi.

Its usually occupied by a laid-back, local crowd with a heavy focus on the top-notch surf break.

BONDI BEACH

Just around the rocky cliffs, you’ll find one of the most well known beaches in the world… From the iconic Icebergs pool which overlooks the beach, to the abundance of beautiful sunbathers, Bondi is famous for a reason.

Popular with international backpackers and tourists, its a place to see and be seen. Especially considering its bikini top optional.

Don’t get too distracted though, because There’s tons of beach activities going on, and the waves are a bit more manageable than at other beaches, so its a good place to take your first surf lesson or just go for a swim.

If you’re in town for awhile, stay at the Hotel Ravesis right at the beach and check out some of the chill bars and delicious restaurants around the neighborhood.

MANLY BEACH

If you take the ferry north from Sydney Harbor, you’ll come to Manly Beach – the gateway to the most beautiful stretch of sand in Sydney.

Manly itself is the most lively of all the northern beaches, with surf competitions and weekend events, its a very popular place in the summertime.

But If you’re looking to break away from the crowds, keep heading north and you’ll find a lot more space in the sand at places like Collaroy beach, Avalon beach, and way up at the top, is Palm Beach.

PALM BEACH

Palm Beach is Sydney’s most northerly stretch of sand, and It sits on a peninsula at the end of Barrenjoey Road, between Pittwater and Broken Bay. Palm Beach is sometimes referred to as ‘Palmy’ and its a great spot for surfing and sunbathing. Make sure you walk up to Barrenjoey Lighthouse for an amazing view!

And If you’ve made it this far, you’ve officially explored some of the best beaches in Sydney!

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  1. Thank you all very much for watching and recommending the beaches I missed. I love Sydney and will be back to do a part 2! Until then, if you’re interested, follow along on my Instagram for daily travel photos ->

  2. Thank you all very much for watching and recommending the beaches I missed. I love Sydney and will be back to do a part 2! Until then, if you’re interested, follow along on my Instagram for daily travel photos ->

    1. you forgot one of the best beaches in Sydney. curl curl! the north side is a lot more quite and beautiful but when the choppy water and the blue bottles (jelly fish) come in then you should head to the south side

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  4. All the northern beaches (palm, Avalon, whale, curl curl) would anytime beat the others beaches you mentioned besides Bondi and Manly. You also forgot about Balmoral beach! Check that one out, it’s amazing.

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