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Easily accessible by bus and car, Newport Beach caters to all age groups and is a popular surfing destination. The ... More
Easily accessible by bus and car, Newport Beach caters to all age groups and is a popular surfing destination. The fifty-meter ocean pool at the southern end was immortalized in the 1930s by the famous photographer, Max Dupain. Children's playground and barbecue facilities are available. Two beach inspectors patrol the beach from the September school holidays until the Anzac Day weekend. Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at weekends and public holidays.
It is 35 minutes to the Sydney CBD. It's seaside village full of cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and specialty stores are a level stroll from the beach and residential areas. Newport leaves other more fancied destinations in its wake as a permanent or holiday/weekender destination.
We swam, saw dolphins, walked to Pittwater, sailed and were dropped home in the RMYC courtesy bus and we dined out every night of our stay. We watched a surf carnival and celebrated Australia Day at the most wonderful Australia Day breakfast imaginable. We watched a dog race on Pittwater that must be seen to be believed and in the two weeks we used the car only once to go to the theatre.
I loved Newport because because it is a beach you can just go and relax, the waves aren't to big so can swim without being hit by a surf board and it is never to busy. and last but not least it has beautiful white sand. it's perfect!
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the ...
Although Newport Beach is about 45 minutes south of downtown Los Angeles, this annual Christmas event is well worth the
drive. Join nearly one million other spectators as you watch beautifully decorated yachts, boats, kayaks, and canoes sail along ...
Take a journey through Australia's rich and diverse marine ecosystems and discover the world's largest collection of all Australian aquatic
life, with over 12,000 marine animals. Walk underwater and come face to face with dozens of fierce sharks, giant ...