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In this blog we look at some of Sydney’s best beaches, where they are and what to do when you get there. Perhaps if you are arranging group transportation for a day trip to one of Sydney’s marvellous beaches, you should contact Travel Safe Bus Hire the number one bus hire transport company in Sydney.
Probably one of the most famous beaches in the world, and definitely one of Sydney’s most popular. A very popular time often enjoyed by tourists is the Bondi Bubble, which is a complete village full of shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes that many people dedicate a whole weekend to.
If you fancy a lovely stroll along Bondi Beach, after around thirty or forty minutes or so you will come to Bronte Beach. Bronte is really popular with surfers as it often has plenty of swell, swimmers need not dismay as there is plenty of calm water in the rock pool on the south side of the beach.
Also for families there is a large grassed area where many locals partake in picnics and barbecues, and enjoy all manner of family games.
If you prefer things a little quieter and less crowded then make your way to Gordons Bay which is situated between Coogee and Clovelly beaches. Its most famous attraction is under the water, there is a 500 metre nature trail beneath the waves so scuba divers can enjoy the kelp forests, reefs and sand flats.
Manly is a great beach to visit as it gives you the opportunity to take a ferry across Circular Quay, and you have a choice to partake swimming in the harbour or out in the sea. Manly is a great place to relax and visit harbour restaurants, cafes and bars, and at weekends there is a lively craft market.
If you have arranged a coach charter or bus hire for your group, then from Manley you can access the Northern Beaches of Avalon, Mona Vale, Newport, Narrabeen, Curl Curl and Dee Why.
Eventually you will come to Palm Beach which is a long strip of golden sand surrounded by dunes and bushland. And no trip to Palm Beach would be complete without a visit to Barrenjoey Lighthouse.
These are just some of the beach options open to you in and around Sydney, if you do wish to avail yourself of group transportation to any of these great destinations then simply contact Travel Safe Bus Hire for a no obligations quote.