Sydney’s Secret Beaches
Once aboard your luxury yacht – sit back, relax and discover all of the hidden spots on the iconic Sydney Harbour.
Sydney Harbour Exclusive have put together our top 5 must-see ”secret beaches”:
1. Nielsen Park
Located in Vaucluse, Neilson Park boasts a Mediterranean vibe. With aqua blue water and rocky areas, surrounded by a park. The park is known to get a bit noisy with families, so we recommend sitting back on your yacht and soaking up some rays.
2. Milk Beach
Sydney’s Milk Beach is one of the Eastern suburbs best-kept secrets. This isolated beach is so peaceful as it is hard to get to! We recommend snorkelling in the quite, clear waters.
3. Redleaf Beach
Located in Double Bay, Redleaf beach is full of life with the iconic ocean pool, park area and a cafe on the hill with great views of the Harbour Bridge. This is a spot we recommend taking a look around!
4. Chinaman’s Beach
Chinaman’s Beach is a 250m stretch of white sand, located in Mosman. This peaceful beach is perfect for a quiet swim, snorkel or sunbake. This is a great spot to pull up, anchor and jump off for a swim – why not stick around in the calm water for lunch.
5. Store Beach
This is one of Manly’s best-kept secrets. You can only get to Store beach from the water. So kayak, boat or swim is your only option. You may even spot some fairy penguins if you’re lucky!
There is so much to discover on Sydney Harbour. Sydney Harbour Exclusive will let you know the perfect hidden gem to suit your needs.
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