Station Beach, NSW
STATION BEACH IS THE PERFECT SPOT TO
SIT UNDER A TREE AND
read a book
Station Beach is situated at the very tip of the Northern Beaches Peninsula – on the Pittwater side of Palm Beach.
It stretches about half the length of Palm Beach and is accessible via the same carparks. In order to hike up to the Barrenjoey Lighthouse, you will need to walk along this strip of sand. Station Beach is much quieter than Palmy, as much of it is hidden behind the Palm Beach Golf Club. It’s the perfect spot to sit under a tree and read a book!
If you’re hungry or in need of caffeine, the Boat House has got you covered. Set on Station Beach, this beautiful cafe overlooks the water and is a dreamy spot for your summer brekky!
Palm Beach Golf Club
Playground nearby at Governor Philip Park
Quiet and calm water
Great for paddle boarding & kayaking
KEEP IN MIND
Wouldn't recommend swimming - at least not too far out
Paid parking only
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I FORGOT MY SURFBOARD WAX!
Don't worry, the Beach Without Sand shop has you covered! They're open from 9-5pm everyday.
Paid council parking.