15 Best Beaches in Sydney You Can Visit Year Round

Best beaches in Sydney

With literally dozens of different beaches to choose from, between Palm Beach in the north and Cronulla in the south, Sydney is the perfect destination for swimming, sunbathing and surfing.

While some of these beaches are famous around the world and draw big crowds on warm summer days, there are also still lots of quiet and secluded beaches to discover in Sydney.

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Jibbon Beach Loop Track in Bundeena

Jibbon Beach loop track

The Jibbon Beach Loop Track is an easy walking trail starting from the Bundeena ferry wharf to Jibbon Head, Port Hacking Point and Shelley Beach.

Enjoy panoramic ocean views and discover well-preserved Aboriginal engravings as you explore this beautiful area in the Royal National Park.

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Resolute Beach and the Resolute Circuit Walk

Resolute Beach and walking track

Resolute Beach is a beautiful secluded strip of sand in the West Head section of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, opposite the Barrenjoey Headland and facing Pittwater.

With amazing views and beautiful emerald green water, a visit to Resolute Beach feels like you’re stepping into a small tropical paradise.

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Sirius Cove Reserve, a Quiet Hideaway in Mosman

Sirius Cove Reserve and Beach

Sirius Cove Reserve is a dog-friendly hideaway in the suburb of Mosman in Sydney’s lower north shore. Often referred to as Little Sirius Cove, this charming spot is home to a quiet beach, a playground and a large picnic area.

It’s also a great starting point for the walking trail going east to Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head and Chowder Bay, or going west to Cremorne Point.

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7 Great Beaches in Byron Bay

Byron Bay beaches

The coastline of New South Wales is home to some of the world’s prettiest beaches, and some of these beaches are located in and around Byron Bay in the northeastern corner of the state.

Byron Bay is a popular beach-side town that attracts a great amount of travellers each year. Initially making a name for itself as a busy industrial port town, Byron Bay has slowly transitioned into a holiday destination and surfing hot spot since the 1960’s.

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Visit Bennetts Beach in Hawks Nest

Bennetts Beach in Hawks Nest

Bennetts Beach is a beautiful 14km long strip of white sand on the Myall Coast in Hawks Nest.

Popular with surfers, swimmers and sunbathers, the beach sits between Seal Rocks in the north and Yacaaba Headland in the south.

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20 Great Beaches in NSW You Need to Visit

Best beaches in NSW

One of the advantages of living in New South Wales is that this state has a very long coastline, home to some of the world’s prettiest beaches. Some of these beaches are famous all over the world, while others are still very much undiscovered.

With so many great beaches in NSW to choose from, there is no such thing as a top 10 or a top 15. But the below list of 20 beaches is what we believe to be a good representation of the many beaches we have on offer in New South Wales, Australia’s most beautiful state.

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The Cronulla Beach Coastal Walking Trail

Cronulla Beach walk

While most people visit Cronulla Beach because of its long beaches, beautiful parks and lively town centre, this beachside suburb is also home to one of Sydney’s prettiest coastal walking tracks.

Starting at Wanda Beach, the Cronulla Beach walking track is a picturesque 6km coastal trail that follows the shoreline of the peninsula, taking in several ocean rock pools, playgrounds, beaches, and impressive real estate.

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17 Secluded Beaches in Sydney for a Quiet Swim

Secluded beaches in Sydney

Sydney is blessed with lots of beautiful beaches, some big and world-renowned, others much smaller and not so well-known. With so many quality beaches on offer, Sydney is almost unrivalled in the world.

Whilst it’s nice to spend a day at Cronulla Beach, Manly Beach, Coogee Beach or Bondi Beach, chances are you’ll be surrounded by thousands of other beach-goers and sunbathers.

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