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Dear B,

Its officially Autumn. I am wearing jeans, you are cleaning your wardrobe. Yet, as my head is swirling around with assignment after assignment and summer becomes but a dim memory (yes I am one for the dramatics), I thought I would take a trip down memory lane and mentally revisit my Top 5 favourtie Sydney Beaches.

5. Bronte Beach

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetBronte is close to the ever-famous Bondi, however it does not contain a film crew (to some this may be a negative) or the excessive crowds that Bondi pack. Instead, the pristine water is able for someone to swim in without getting hit in the head by a fellow beach-goer. And, if waves aren’t your thing, there is also a peaceful rock pool and “swimming pool” which takes in ocean water, and if all this doesn’t encourage you, the photos alone should speak for themself.

4. Tamarama Park

IMG_1028Nestled in between the two powers of Bondi and Bronte, Tamarama is a little pocket of bliss. Often featured in the Australian TV show (which I wouldn’t blame you if you hadn’t seen it) Wonderland, and often nicknamed “ Glam-arama”, not only is it a fabulous small beach, but also the beach volleyball set up is sure to catch some sport fans.

3. Green Point Reserve/ Watson’s Bay

imagesArguably one of the greatest views of the city of Sydney, this is a magical spot where you can snag great fish ‘n’ chips as well (always a great bonus). Plus the history of the place is remarkable and there are many little hidden spots that are always the best fun to find.

2. Redleaf/ Murray Rose Pool

 Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetTucked away from the harbour, this truly is a secretive inner city sanctuary. With pontoons and a walkway around the pool, this is a must do.

1.  Gordon’s Bay

Processed with VSCOcam with lv01 presetWater on rocks? Walking onto Gordon’s bay is as if you are walking onto the Mediterranean itself. It also has a underwater nature Trail, which is a self-guided scuba diving or snorkelling adventure, for those thrill seekers. However, I shall just let the photos talk for themselves.

Till next time,

L xx

P.S to find other fantastic beaches in Sydney check this list out 

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