North Narrabeen Beach
North Narrabeen is one of the great surfing breaks. Unlike some beaches, the break is pretty consistent. It is also a National Surfing Reserve, areas that are protected for use by the general and surfing communities. The North Narrabeen reserve includes the beach, and part of the Narrabeen Lagoon that flows onto the beach. The flowing water creates a channel – and swimmers need to be mindful of the channel when swimming – i.e. swim between the flags. The beach is also great for swimming for older kids as well.
Point-break. Left direction.
How to get there:
Bus: Express buses from Wynyard Station, such as the L90 and L88 stop at North Narrabeen, and take about 45 minutes.
Car: From the city, head north over the bridge or through the tunnel, and head towards the northern beaches by following the signs to Mosman and Manly. From Mosman head over the Spit Bridge and keep heading north until you reach Narrabeen. Turn right onto Ocean Street and follow it to Malcolm Street. Find a parking spot and walk to the beach. There is a parking area near the beach.