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There’s a good reason why so many people drift towards the Northern Beaches. With the ocean on your doorstep, life immediately becomes more relaxed and attuned with nature – especially the beach itself. Whether you’re a keen surfer or simply love to watch the waves roll in, the beach has a magnetic pull that’s hard to resist.



In Australia, the Northern Beaches was the birthplace of surfboard riding, and it remains home to champions such as Midget Farrelly, Tom Carroll and Layne Beachley. When it comes to picking the perfect place to paddle out, you’ll be spoiled for choice in Dee Why, with world-famous breaks on your doorstep. And for a refreshing dip, there’s possibly no better place to live on earth – with many patrolled beaches and natural rockpools dotted up and down the coast.

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If you’d rather spend your weekend on the water (not in it), there are plenty of opportunities to do just that. Learn to sail, windsurf or kayak at nearby Manly, and spend weekends cruising around secluded bays and hidden coves. With moorings, wharves and boat ramps dotting the coastline, having a boat of your own is no longer an impossible dream. For keen fishermen and women, there are also plenty of spots to throw in a line, including Dee Why Cliff Reserve, Dee Why Lagoon and North Curl Curl Shelf.




Dee Why has plenty to offer on dry land, too. One of its true hidden gems is Stoney Range Regional Botanic Garden, where interconnected walkways take you through a series of different microclimates, from rainforest gully to cascading waterfalls. Or, for a different kind of walk, Dee Why Headland is a spectacular slice of nature just minutes from home, with breathtaking ocean views.

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Golf is an undeniably popular pastime on the beaches, and you have a range of courses and clubs to choose from, including Cromer Golf Club, Bayview Golf Club and Terrey Hills Pitch & Putt. And of course, we can’t forget Long Reef Golf Course, which happens to be the finest beachfront golf course in the whole of Sydney – not to mention your local!




Kids need to burn off some steam? Head to your newly revamped local, Walter Gors Park, which boasts playgrounds, water gardens, BBQ facilities and more. Just off Dee Why Strand, there’s also Michaela Howie Playground, which offers a shady retreat that’s perfect after a beach session in the sun


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