Balmoral Beach, NSW
In the vicinity of Balmoral Beach are restaurants, beautiful houses and expensive yachts. It’s an ideal place close to Sydney for a quick swim and takeaway fish and chips at sunset. In fact, its the type of beach where you can take your rollerblades, dog, bike, sailboard and football, or just a picnic basket.
The middle area of the beach is graced with a classic footbridge across the sand to a tree-covered outcrop. A section is protected by a shark net.
Head to the northern tip of the beach where you’ll find a small, shady park behind an old club building. From here, a short walk through the streets or around the rocks will take you to Chinamans Beach.
You can hire sailboards & Balmoral Boatshed offers tuition. Next to the boatshed are the swimming baths, enclosed by shark nets and a wide boardwalk.
Near the beach is the historic Bathers’ Pavilion. It was constructed in the 1920s, but has undergone a recent multimillion-dollar restoration that included expanding its eating offerings. A rooftop champagne bar, a casual cafe, and a Michelin-starred fine-dining establishment are all at your disposal.
Balmoral Beach Map
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