Famous for: Water Sports, Beaches, Surfing, Snorkeling, Relaxing
Manly Beach with golden sand and popular as a paradise for the surfers is one of the best beaches of Sydney. Few of the highlights are the Corso, pedestrian-only main street; velvet-like golden sand; surf school; The Cabbage Tree Bay Eco-Sculpture Walk .
When to visit:
january - february . september - december
00:00 - 23:59 Everyday
Manly Beach is the most famous surfing beach in Australia and a popular beach destination for backpackers and families equally. Manly Beach consist of three main sections: Queenscliff, North Steyne, and South Steyne, moving from north to south.
Things to do at Manly Beach
Manly Beach to Spit Bridge Walk: 10km track from the Spit Bridge to Manly Beach with many secret beaches such as Fisher Bay, Forty Baskets and Sandy Beach enroute.
Explore the Corso: Pedestrian mall buzzing with street performers, eateries and bars.
Surfing: Manly beach is the most popular surfing beach. Beginners can learn surfing at Manly Surf School.
Checkout The Wormhole: A little tunnel linking Queenscliff at the north end of Manly Beach with Freshwater.
Drink craft beer at 4 Pines
Grotto Point Lighthouse: A viewpoint for birdwatching: cormorants and sea eagles
Fairy Bower Sea Pool: Rectangular shaped ocean pool at the south end of Manly Beach
Kayaking: Explore Manly Dam through Kayaking
How to Reach
Ferry: Ferry from Circular Quay to Manly takes 30 minutes and is one of the best way to travel.
Manly Ferry: Takes 30 minutes. It is a must do attraction.
Fast Ferry: Manly Fast Ferry Service from Circular Quay to Manly operates from Wharf 6.