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  • 4 Secret Beaches in Sydney You Should Visit

    Posted by Amelia Thompson April 30, 2015 - 1,362 views - 0 comments - 0 likes - #australia  #beach    #sydney harbour  #NSW  #beaches  #Bondi  #sights  #2015  #warm 

    Second thing that comes to my mind when I hear “Sydney”, overtaken only by the Sydney Opera House, are the countless sunny beaches, surrounding this lively city. Bondi, Manly and Coogee are some of the most favored ones, but if you seek for a quiet, solitary place to get a tan, then keep reading...

     

     

    Redleaf BeachSydney_Redleaf_Beach

     

    The delightful Double Bay precinct has one of the most blissful beaches around Sydney Harbour. At its western end you will find a tidal enclosure to safe swim in. Called the Murray Rose Pool, it provides swimming area of 90 metres x 60 metres, which is enough to ensure sufficient space to swimmers even

    on the busiest days. The wrap-around pontoon is perfect for a nice walk and if you get hungry, the restaurant on the hill will give you with both yummy dishes and an amazing view of the Harbour Bridge and Darling Point.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    milk_beachMilk Beach

     

    Surrounded by the Heritage listed Strickland House, Milk Beach is a small private beach curve, located at Hermit Bay within the Sydney Harbour National Park. You will have wonderful views of the city, along with the plenty activities you might want to do, starting with diving and fishing, to walks and family picnics in the shades. Milk Beach can be accessed via public transportation, boat or a car, but keep in mind that the off-street parking is limited.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Chinaman's Beach

     

    Situated at the northern side of Mosman, a place of history and beauty in the Sydney’s lower north shore, this 250 metre stretch of sand is the perfect spot for a relaxed swim, picnic or for your children to play on the shore. Chinaman’s Beach is located deep inside Middle Harbour which is the reason for such a small and rare waves.

     

     

     

     

     

    Shark Beach

     

    Nielsen Park is one of Sydney’s favourite perennial leisure areas with its sparkling Shark Beach and overwhelming harbour views. A favourite place for family picnics and for kids to play, offering three large, sheltered picnic areas, its one of the best outdoor facilities in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. You might walk along the picturesque waterfront or go for a kayak ride, either way you won’t regret your decision.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sources:

    Sydney.com

    National Parks

    Cleaners Dee Why

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