A short but sweet coastal walk with a pit stop at one of the most tranquil ocean pools in Sydney.
Beaches + Bays
Manly is one of Sydney’s most iconic beaches. It’s extremely well known to be one of the best surf beaches in Australia.
Shelly Beach is a much of a chill spot and just around the bend from Manly Beach. With plently of shady picnic space we can see why its quite a well known little spot.
The Fairy Bower Ocean Pool is one of the most beautiful ocean pools in Manly.
Fairlight Beach is the go to if you’re wanting to beat the crowds and have a quiet, relaxing beach day or swim in the ocean pool.
Clontarf Beach is the ultimate family day out spot. Picnics on picnics, swimming enclosures and plenty of shade is what to expect.
Clontarf Beach to Castle Rock Beach is heavenly if you’re a sucker for some secluded bays with some of the most tranquil, clear waters.
Forty shades of CHILL. If you want a spot to have a quiet beach day, picnic with mates or a spot to bring the fam, Forty Baskets is all that and more.
Romantic picnic spot on the northern side of Sydney with epic views of Sydney Harbour.
Lax vibes, calm waters perfect for a chill day out by the water.
Slightly difficult access keeps larger crowds away from this little hidden beach.
Whether its a relaxing beach day, a picnic on the scenic headlands, a dip in the ocean pools or just a few dranks at the Coogee Pavilion, The Coog isnt one to miss when in Sydney.
A little slice of peace and quiet among the busy city beaches. Gordons Bay is for European style chill vibes.
Short and sweet with full ocean and harbour views that starts and finishes at Camp Cove Beach.
One of the best short walks in Sydney. A must for visitors and Sydneysiders alike.
COME SEE WATTAMOLLA BEACH, SYDNEY. VIBEPopular BEST TIME TO VISITSummer TIME SUGGESTED1 hour + WALKING DISTANCE500m walk from parking to look out THE EXPERIENCE Wattamola beach is an iconic destination in the Royal National Park. Located in the heart of the park and flooded with …
Tamarama has a strong euro vibes and is our favuorite Sydney city beach positiond perfectly between Bondi and Bronte.
These sandy shores are located in the National Park near La Perouse. Congwong and Little Congwong are divine. One for kids and one for nudists.
Dramatic cliff views, perf for a secluded picnic with mates. If your keen to get your steps up make it a 7km loop and return via the back of the ANZAC Rifle Range.
We almost passed this small seaside town up, but we’re sooo glad we didn’t!
One for the photographers bucket list which is especially gorgeous during sunrise.
The secret beach of the south. We just had to spill the beans on this one!
Chinamans Beach is just down from the popular Hyams and the sand here is just as white with water just as bright.
Sydney has some exceptionally beautiful coastlines and Cronulla is no exception. This walk showcases some epic surf spots with some even better spots to sit out and surf watch.
Like a mini, far less crowded Byron Bay nestled in the mid north coast of NSW
The perfect sunset location to admire the ocean views and surrounds of Port Macquarie
Nobby’s is a short climb that will have you feeling like you’re deep in a rainforest.
It’s easy to miss this lookout so make sure you keep an eye out for the teeny tiny sign beside the boat house shed because you’ll kick yourself if you leave without experiencing it.
Miners beach has a beautiful little sand spit thats shaped like a whale tale that reveals itself during low tide.
Hike your way down to two stunning secluded bays perfect for swimming and chilling with views of Barrenjoy headland.
One of our favourite beaches in Newcastle because it’s close to town but secluded at the same time. You can walk around on the rocks or take the local path down the side of the hill.
Naru will have you second guessing whether you’re in Lake Macquarie NSW or in the Whitsundays QLD. Bring some shade, food and brews and you’re set for a good day.
A series of caves are scattered along the shore with some large enough that you can’t reach the ceiling and others small enough to have you scrambling on your stomach.
The colours in the rocks are absolutely gorgeous, unusual and striking. I had an immediate impulse to pick up a paintbrush and start creating.
With a shoreline of colorful fisherman’s houses called ‘wires’ and that turquoise blue Cycladic sea, Firopotamos was one to remember.
What more could ya girls want?! If you know us, you’ll know… a secret beach is like finding gold. WE LOVE IT! You just have to follow the shoreline to the right, down a small set of stairs and you’ll be right in the heart of Paradiso.
PAPAFARGAS BEACH: THE GUIDE REGION: South Aegean ACCESSIBILITY: By car, quad or local bus BEST TIME TO VISIT: At the end of ‘tourist season’ – late September LOCATION: 14 mins from Milos Port| Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE: N/A TIME REQUIRED: 1 hour + …