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Sydney is blessed with exceptional beaches and waterways.

The most beautiful of all however lie to the north of the harbour.

The 30 kilometre stretch of coast from the entrance of Sydney Harbour to Barrenjoey Lighthouse at Palm Beach in the north is known as the Northern Beaches.

To the west are vast areas of National Park and bushland. To the east the South Pacific Ocean with its string of sandy beaches punctuated by bold sandstone headlands. The sand is yellow/white in the south, becoming progressively more golden as you travel north.

Palm beach

Whale beach

Avalon

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Bungan

Collaroy

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Curl Curl

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Long Reef

Bilgola

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Bungan

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Newport

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warriewood

turrimetta

Narrabeen

Freshwater

 

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