Clovelly Beach is a small and tranquil beach located at the end of a narrow bay. The beach is popular with families and snorkellers. Remember to keep your eye out for Bluey!
Congwong Beach is located within the Botany Bay National Park and is in the care and control of the National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Coogee Beach has grown from a destination for day trippers in the early 1800s to one of Sydney's most frequented beaches. Nearby you'll find an assortment of great restaurants, cafes and ice-cream shops!
From the beach there are views over Botany Bay to the west and Botany Bay National Park to the south. This westerly outlook gives Frenchmans Bay a unique orientation amongst Sydney beaches.
Gordons Bay is a secluded oasis, hidden north of Coogee Beach and south of Clovelly Beach. It can only be accessed via the Coastal Walkway and parking is available at either Coogee or Clovelly Beach.
Little Bay Beach
Little Bay Beach is one of Sydney's undiscovered jewels. A 'secret' beach popular with locals, it's well protected from large coastal swells making it perfect for swimming and snorkelling.
Little Congwong Beach
Little Congwong Beach is located within the Botany Bay National Park. It is a secluded beach with access via a short walk continuing past Congwong Beach.
Malabar beach is popular with families due to the normally placid conditions. Walking, jogging, sunbathing, rock fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking are all popular activities.
Maroubra Beach is popular with visitors given its easy access and large kilometre-long expanse of sand. It is patrolled by lifeguards all year round.
Yarra Bay Beach
Yarra Bay is located on the northern side of Botany Bay in the suburb of Phillip Bay, approximately seven kilometres south of the centre of Sydney.