With Summer in full swing, it’s time to kick back and enjoy these long daylight hours with a glass of sparkling in tow. What’s more appropriate than grabbing the sunset? Here are the best beaches in Sydney to enjoy it.
Nothing better than being outside in these warmer months and enjoying our long Summer days with a glass of Minchinbury sparkling. Thats why we have gathered our best advice on where these nooks are located in Sydney. #MakeEveryDayPop
Access via Wharf Road, Vaucluse, 2030 (look for the little stairs to the left, at the deadend)
A serious hidden gem. Hiding within the suburb of Vaucluse, Kutti beach is most often mistaken for being a private beach. It’s a great place for a dip and a few quiet drinks away from the Sydney Summer crowds.
158 Brighton Blvd, North Bondi
Great spot to enjoy a beverage on a hot Summer arvo. Ben Buckler point forms the northern point of the Bondi horseshoe, so you can imagine the view.
Watson’s Bay knows how to put on a show at sunset. Robertson park provides a great spot to whip out the picnic rug and take in the views of Sydney Harbour.
Nielsen Park / Shakespeares Point
Sydney Harbour National Park
Neilsen Park is known to serve up some of “Sydney’s best outdoor offerings”. It kills it big time with a big grassy picnic area rolling onto the ever so beautiful Shark beach. To get the ultimate sunset view over Sydney Harbour, make your way up to Shakespeare’s Point located within the Park.
Rose Bay Park / Beach
Pedestrian access from New South Head Road and Wunulla Road, Rose Bay
Rose Bay hits the nail on the head by providing a shady picnic area and a white sandy beach to enjoy the sunset. Great place for a group of mates to enjoy some nibbles, alongside your bubbles while the sun sets.
Parsley Bay Reserve
Parsley Road (Horler Avenue), Vaucluse
Parsley Bay Reserve is another rare Sydney jewel in the suburb of Vaucluse. Surrounded by bush land and a big swimming enclosure, you can understand why it’s a popular Summer spot.