Narrabeen Beach stretches a massive 3kms from the northern end to the southern end, and is a summer hotspot for surfers and swimmers. There are multiple areas along the beach which are patrolled, and it’s important to swim between the flags, particularly since this beach is known for its numerous rips, big swells and huge shore breaks! The northern end is a more popular spot, particularly for families with children. The southern end is far more rugged and windy….great for windsurfers!
The Lagoon at the northern end is a perfect location for drifting along on a floatie, snorkelling, paddling or sunbathing on the sandbanks! With beautiful, clear water, it’s a perfect place for families and young children.
PARKING: Paid council parking or free street parking
SURFING: Yes (advanced). I don’t recommend learning to surf at Narrabeen beach!
- 2 rock pools
- Great for kitesurfing at the southern end
- Picnic areas
- Local cafes close by including Zubi Espresso, Oceans and Moonlight Drive
- Sand dunes
- Camping ground
- Rips all along the beach – swim between flags!