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Bilgola Beach is a small, compact beach of stunning orange-pink sand, set between two prominent headlands. You really can't find a beach much nicer than this on earth! Dig your toes into the coarse, clean sand and breathe in the salt air. There is a rock ocean swimming pool on the southern end and a lush headland covered in pretty houses on the northern end. Norfolk pines frame the beach where the sand begins. It's a steep, scenic drive down The Serpentine to the beach. Because the beach is accessed by a winding, narrow road, it feels more secluded and unique than other Sydney beaches.
If you're hungry, there is a snack kiosk by the parking area.
Check out Newport Beach south of this beach and Avalon Beach to the north.
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Bilgola Beach is on the ocean side of the Barrenjoey peninsula south of Avalon Beach and north of Newport Beach. From Barrenjoey Rd, take The Serpentine and then turn toward the ocean on the short road that leads to the beach parking lot. There is a fee to park your car.
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Overall Visitor Rating: Unrated.