West Head Beach, NSW
WEST HEAD BEACH IS A GORGEOUS STRIP OF SAND
LOCATED IN THE KU-RING-GAI
Just a short 15 minute walk from West Head, this secluded beach is usually quiet and unpopulated compared to other beaches in the area.
Nestled within the serene expanse of Ku-ring-gai National Park, West Head Beach offers a tranquil escape framed by a walking track that winds through the park's natural beauty. Accessible by parking at West Head with a $12 per vehicle entry fee, this secluded beach unfolds with panoramic views across Pittwater, showcasing the majestic landscape extending to Palm Beach and the iconic Barrenjoey Lighthouse. While the beach is not patrolled, its unspoiled charm beckons nature enthusiasts and those seeking a quiet coastal retreat.
The inviting waters of West Head Beach, adorned with scattered rocks, boast remarkable clarity, occasionally attracting seals that add a delightful element to the natural spectacle. The clear waters are an invitation for exploration, whether it's a leisurely swim or a closer look at the marine life beneath the surface. Beyond the beach, the walking track allows visitors to immerse themselves in the pristine beauty of Ku-ring-gai National Park, creating a harmonious blend of coastal bliss and bushland tranquility.
Quiet and secluded
KEEP IN MIND
Not easily accessible
Big rocks in the water
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Don't worry, the Beach Without Sand shop has you covered! They're open from 9-5pm everyday.
West Head (Park entry fees apply - $12 all day pass)