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i came here on the weekend and it was really busy. the beaches not too big but the water was crystal clear and refreshing. from the beach you have some nice views as well. there is a small kiosk with drinks and food. worth a...More
One of three beaches we visited while staying in Sydney. We have to say, we enjoyed this one most.
It's simple, Bondi Beach is not far away and the star, so this beach seems to be the hidden gem.
Way less people, has a familiar...More
Camp Cove is the beach of Watsons Bay, that although have a beautiful bath, but hasn't a mentionable beach. Camp Cove is only 9-10 min (650.0 m) walk, via Marine Parade and Cliff St, so if you prefer a ferry ride, it is worth to...More
This pretty beach is just north of Watsons's Bay and in the lee of South Head.It has good sand and is a good family beach. It first came to note when Governor Phillip set foot on the beach on January 21, 1788. It is just...More
Just adjacent to Sydney’s south head is the lovely harbour bay of Camp Cove.
It is a lovely shallow spot with lots of sea grass that is a nursery area for many species of marine life. There are sea horses and pipefish, baby box fish,...More
Its a silent beach. No waves or high tides. It's very much safe for kids. You can take a ferry till Waston Bay and then 10 mins walk till this beach. There is a small cafe at the beach. It has changing rooms. You can...More
This little gem is hidden at the Northerly end of Watson's Bay. The beach is a netted harbour beach so the water is quite gentle and is good for young children and oldies too. The Kiosk has recently changed hands and the owners have really...More
Camp cove is a small but beautiful little beach with some fantastic views back towards the city. It has a lovely little cafe that is great for a coffee. Unfortunately, the day we were there it was blowing a gale of over 55 kph so...More