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The second beach I visited today was Bilgola. It is on the smaller size. Using the Coastal Walk, I arrived from Newport Beach, and looking down from the walking track; this charming little bay was a very welcoming sight.
The track contains several steps, but...More
Took A slow drive up to the Barranjoey spit and stopped off at several captive beaches along the way.
The drive from the main road to the Bilgola beach is along a smaller side lane called Serpentine. Amazing beach houses and architectural experiments galore.
Stuck in between 2 cliffs, with a rock pool and a cafe. This beach feels isolated. Found it by accident, and fell in love with it. I come here every summer and it is also my favourite beach for night swims. Downside is paying for...More
Bilgola Beach is one of my most favourite northern Sydney beaches, white sand and blue ocean surrounded by a lush tropical hillside.
Small and secluded with a lovely rock pool nestled at one end it is a delightful spot to spend a few hours.
Bilgola Beach is located on the Palm Beach Peninsular about 30miles from Sydney CBD. Well worth a visit for its special white sanded beach and views. its a fairly secluded beach during winter but crowded during the summer and car parking is at a premium....More
This is a family beach as Bilgola is a small community of residential houses with no commerce. The waves and surf can be challenging but there is a great seawater pool at the southern end of the beach which has a shallow area for smaller...More