Beaches in New South WalesEdit This
You’ve hit the right state when you’re into beaches. NSW’s coastline offers plenty of opportunities to practise your surfing skills, to swim and defy the waves or to doze in the warmth of the sun. In the northern part of the state, you will find the extensive beaches of Narrabeen and Avalon. North of Sydney, try Nambucca beach or Byron Bay. The latter is also better known as the surfing Mecca. South of Sydney, check out Ulladulla and Pambula beach. But why not try Sydney’s beaches first? Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama offer a good combination of shops, sand and waves.
There are over 38 National parks and beaches in and around Sydney. Manly is a 20 minute ferry ride from the City Centre...famous Bondi Beach is 25 minutes from the city centre and home to Sydney's Surf Culture. There are 26 beaches within the city limits.
john: a fanatastic place with some of the best beaches inthe world.Great weather and easily a must visit on your trip to Oz.Very scenic and a wide range of interesting and eclectic people.Visit Byron it is great.
Cindy: Ulladulla is a busy fishing port. Breakwaters around the harbour mean that there aren't many waves to be had on the beach, but it's a safe spot for small children to have a splash in the water. There's a small beach to the north of the breakwater, but it's often covered in seaweed. There's an Olympic-sized sea pool at the southern end of the harbour if you want to swim some laps. Entry is free.
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