Life with kids in Sydney's East
Beautiful sandy beach - one of the best Sydney Harbour beaches.
One of Sydney’s most beautiful ocean tidal pools.
Wylie's is located just a few hundred metres south of Coogee Beach, sitting right below the magnificent Maroubra to Bondi coastal walkway. The Baths has sweeping 180 degree views of the Pacific Ocean and overlooks the famous Wedding Cake Island.
Congwong Beach is located within the Botany Bay National Park and is in the care and control of the National Parks and Wildlife Service. It is a beautiful, calm bay facing Botany Bay.
An excellent pathway with breathtaking views along rocky coast. This walk is very popular at all times of the day but so worth it. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and sunscreen. Dogs are allowed on leash.
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. Its golden sands are popular with families while the rock ledges to the north and south are well-known, but sometimes dangerous, fishing spots.
Shark Beach is a lovely little beach in Nielsen Park, perfectly positioned with sublime views, a harbourside café and three great picnic areas.
A really lovely picnic location with lawns and shade. Divided by Tamarama Marine Drive: West section is a large open area with a shady gully; the smaller Eastern section contains toilets, 'Tama' kiosk, playground, BBQ facilities.
Coogee Beach is another famous beautiful eastern suburbs beach with so much to do for the whole family.
The famous Bondi Beach has something for all ages from the glorious white sand, to the toddlers' pool and Grassy Knoll at the North end, Icebergs at the South end and the Pavilion and playground in the middle. Nothing says summer more that Bondi Beach!
Sandy beach, park benches and grassy area. This reserve is close to the Watsons Bay Tea House and Woollahra Library.
Clovelly Beach is a small and tranquil beach located at the end of a narrow bay. The beach is popular with families and snorkellers.
Popular family park with a huge grassy area, playground, forest walk, kiosk and sandy beach.
Another green oasis with something for everyone. Lots of parkland to explore, sandy beaches and safe swimming, cafe, restaurant, picnic areas and historic buildings, not to mention the rock pools with lots of sea creatures lurking.
Bronte beach and park boasts great coastal views, beautiful adjoining parkland and gully, and a bustling café strip.
Maroubra Beach is popular with visitors given its easy access and large kilometre-long expanse of sand.
This harbourside tidal enclosure (previously known as Redleaf Pool - Council resolved to rename Redleaf Pool to Murray Rose Pool in honour of Olympic swimmer Murray Rose in August 2012.) is popular with all age groups.