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Sydney Beaches
Sydney is not just a harbour city or the city with one of the most beautiful natural harbour in the world. The city of Sydney is also a city of beaches, home to some of the most beautiful and famous beaches in the world. There are more than 100 beaches in Sydney ranging in size from few meters to several kilometers. Sydney's beaches are located along the Pacific Ocean coastline, its harbours, bays and rivers. There are around 70 surf beaches in Sydney. Sydney's beaches are divided into the Northern Beaches, which are located north of the Sydney Harbour entrance and the southern beaches located south of the harbour entrance in the eastern suburbs and Cronulla area. Some of Sydney's Beaches are world famous Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, Cronulla Beach, Coogee Beach and Palm Beach.


The Northern Beaches is an area in the northern coastal suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, near the Pacific coast.

Northern Beaches

Sydney Harbour Beaches


Eastern and Southern beaches starts from Bondi Beach on the north, all the beaches in Botany Bay and right down south to Cronulla Beach.

Eastern Suburbs Beaches

Bondi To Coogee Beach Walk
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Bondi to Coogee or Bondi to Coogee Walk is a 6km long coastal walk in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs easily accessible by public transport on both ends of the walk, at Bondi Beach and Coogee beach. Public transport are also easily available in the middle of the walk at Bronte Beach and Clovelly Beach. Walk at Bondi Beach starts near the icebergs and end up in Coogee Beach. You also have the option to walk the other way round, Coogee to Bondi. This walk is not difficult, there are medium gradient paths and several stairs with toilets, seating benches and drinking water taps along the walk with beautiful scenic coastal views.
Bondi To Coogee

Beaches in Botany Bay

Southern Suburbs Beaches

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