Palm Beach is the ultimate day trip destination, with golden sand, clear blue water, bustling cafes and restaurants there’s so much to experience!
Explore one of the most exciting and iconic Sydney beaches. Palm Beach has so much to offer to visitors, from the stunning 2.3km stretch of beach, to an array of restaurants and cafes, as well as a range of activities including the famous Barrenjoey lighthouse walk.
Known by many tourists as the beach from the popular TV show Home and Away ‘Summer bay’, Palm Beach is a favourite destination for all visitors to the Northern Beaches. It is a beautiful beach with excellent swimming and surf conditions, and also features a protected ocean pool. Palm Beach has so much to offer to visitors from ocean sports such as surfing and stand up paddle boarding, to a nine hole golf course, fine dining restaurants, as well as more casual café options.
The Boathouse Palm Beach is an iconic café, sitting right on the water and is a must visit dining experience when in Palm Beach for the views alone. For great fish and chips, visit Palm Beach Fish and Chips, known by locals as the best in the area. Palm Beach is the ultimate destination for all travellers to the Northern Beaches with so much to see and do here you will never want to leave!
Getting there and general information:
It is a 20 minute drive from Metro Mirage Hotel, with paid parking available. Using public transport visitors can catch the 199 or L90 bus towards Palm Beach from Dearin Reserve, Kalinya St. Visitors can get off at a variety of stops depending on where they are going, including the Palm Beach Golf Club Beach Rd stop, and then it is a short walk to the beach. This trip should take around less than 30 minutes all up. Be aware it may be a longer walk depending on where you are going or where the lifeguard’s flags are positioned.
Palm Beach is a patrolled beach; Swimmers should always swim between the red and yellow lifeguard flags.
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