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Beach located on Sydney's northern peninsula.
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Barrenjoey Road, Whale Beach, Pittwater, New South Wales 2107, Australia
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Very clean beach. Fairly small but nice to hand out and relax or have a lovely picnic. Lovely view (Y)

Thank Tayla G
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

It's a bit of a hike to get there but if you have a car no problem. Whale beach is beautiful it was not packed on a week day and not too many people there. The sea pool is great down the Southern end of...More

Thank Kiwiwalkabout27
Reviewed 20 June 2018

This picture perfect beach has it all. Good surf, clean as a whistle, no crowds during the weekdays, clean change and toilet facilities and a great cafe at beach level. Rock pool, snorkelling and lifesavers in summer make it a must destination for a day...More

1  Thank Marc W
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Whale Beach is the second last surf beach to Sydney's north that is still part of the metropolitan area. A subtropical micro-climate ensures Whale Beach enjoys a temperature a few degrees higher than the CBD on most days. Off the main bus line, Whale Beach...More

Thank Over40AroundTheWorld
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Enjoyed a few hours here on a quiet Sunday afternoon. There were life guards which made us feel safer and kept the swimmers and surfers apart.

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 15 February 2018

Whale Beach is amazing, it is clean and very neat. Its not crowded and the people who go on this beqch are really friendly. There is Life Guards and

Thank MaryRose2017Sydney
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Ditch the crowds and find a secluded corner all for yourself at this beach. Very few people were here. Some we're fishing, some surfing, some kayaking and still it felt empty. The rock pool looked very inviting but we didn't go in as we already...More

1  Thank Pankhuri K
Reviewed 3 January 2018

Loved this little beach find off-the-tourist-track on the Northern Beaches. Family and couple friendly and lifeguard patrolled it has something for everyone! A rock pool at one end, sandy swimming and surfing in the middle with rock fishing or snorkeling at the other! A great...More

Thank ButterflyBlack
Reviewed 7 October 2017

While everyone else is busy taking selfies at Summer Bay (Palm Beach), do yourself a favour an pop five minutes down the (winding) road to Whale Beach. The crowds are gone, so you can enjoy the delights of Milk and Soda all to yourself and...More

Thank Kate D
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

Whale Beach is a dream - in summer or winter. The beach is about a kilometre from the main road with parking where your front wheels sit in the sand !! There is an ocean pool at the south end near the change rooms and...More

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Not sure about the bond part. Whale Beach B&B (3 rooms, and a garden studio) is reasonable. It is about a 15 min walk to whale beach. If you don't have car then there is decent L90 bus service that can connect you up and... More
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