The Australian coast is a popular place not only for spectacular attractions and superb views, but also for amazing beaches Sydney. When it comes to choosing the right one, it can be hard work to do, so to be fully prepared before you arrive, here is a list of the best beaches around the capital.

Palm Beach

A golden sand beach with a water of spectacular fifty shades of blue is definitely a must-visit while in Sydney. This beautiful beach is the city’s northern attraction with a perfect postcard scenery. An ideal place to take Instagrammable photos and a filming spot for the famous TV show Summer Bay, the beach has become popular among tourists, celebrities and locals as well. When you get hungry, head to one of the trendy restaurants nearby to try tasty delicacies.  You can also spot a cool sandstone lighthouse that is surely worth the visit for fabulous panoramic views of the bay.

Bondi Beach

The most famous of them all, Bondi Beach is one of the iconic beaches Sydney that will make you want to stay there forever. An ideal mix of sun and sand attracts many jet setters as well as locals so this place is perfect for people-watching. Known as a surfer paradise, Bondi is also famous for lifeguards show patrolling the beach. When you get tired of all the fuss, indulge yourself in a refreshing crystal clear water and forget the outer world. Head to one of the various trendy beach bars for a cold beer or exotic cocktail. Moreover, when the sun sets down, it will be a perfect time for beach volleyball, romantic coastal walks or evening jogging by the ocean.

Pebbly Beach

Seeing kangaroos live doesn’t have to stay just another dream. Pebbly Beach is a beautiful little place where you can have a unique experience of a close and personal contact with these amazing animals. They are used to human contact, so it would be your perfect chance to take a great photo and observe their habits.  How exciting is that?

Located in Murramarang National Park, this is also a popular camping area so bring your tents and enjoy the romantic night under the open sky. The waves along the shore are ideal for surfing, so bring your surfboards and go hunting for the perfect wave. Among all beaches Sydney, this rare one offers a great mix of magnificent wild animals, luscious greenery, perfect waves and camping areas.  

Manly Beach

One of the best beaches Sydney is definitely Manly Beach. This golden sand beach is a vacation paradise with breathtaking views and plenty of things to do. Soak up the sun with cold drinks in your hand or try your moves on a surfboard. If you start wishing for peace, head for a scenic Tree Bay Eco-Sculpture Walk. A walk along the coastline with 11 majestic sculptures portraying the history and wildlife of the area is surely worth the visit. You will also come across interesting baths separated off the sea by enormous stones so why not try it when you are there. Moreover, for a unique experience of the bay from another perspective, use Manly ferry ride while enjoying all amazing sights.

Balmoral Beach

For all tranquility seekers, Sydney has a perfect beach. Balmoral Beach, located on the north shore’s Middle Harbor, is a beautiful oasis of peace and quiet with a real laid-back vibe. Don’t expect to have spectacular views, but the serenity of this place is so appealing so you won’t have any problems staying here. The water is perfectly calm making it a good spot for swimming, especially if you are in the company of the young family members. Watching sunsets is an especially calming experience so include a visit to Balmoral if you’re a true sun-catcher.

 

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