Golden sands run parallel to electric green grasses on Newport Beach. Its location in a suburb gives you some privacy because it doesn't often attract crowds. The clean, soft sand is just right for lounging, and you'll have a stunning vista to contemplate while you relax on the sand. Bring all your beach gear and some refreshments because shops and cafes are not close by. Make Newport Beach a part of your Sydney vacation plans using our Sydney travel planner.
Newport Beach reviews
Quite a large beach right next to the shopping centre. A large popular rockpool can be found at the southern end of this beach with some basic amenities. More amenities can be found at the surf club..... more »
Another big beach in the Sydney region, this one in the outer suburbs north of the city. Lots of sand and surf, good for surfing. more »
Great beach, great rock pool, easy access to parking and shops. Super soft sand.
Great beach, always watch and guarded during the day, feels safe. Not very busy most of the time, so it's ideal for families. Easy to find parking, food, coffee and etc.
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