Visit Whale Beach, Australia

Visit Whale Beach, Australia

 

I’d seen a couple of gorgeous photos of Whale Beach and I really wanted to visit. We took the opportunity to call in on the way home from Palm Beach. I wasn’t disappointed!

Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia - The Wiringi's Family Travel Blog


Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Whale Beach is located about an hours drive north of Sydney and it’s a short drive from Palm Beach.

Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia - The Wiringi's Family Travel Blog


Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia

The sand here is darker than many of the NSW beaches I’ve visited. It makes for some really pretty pictures…

I’ll have to create a photo gallery for this beach, I’ve got too many photos!

We took a walk to the pool and the kids posed for some more photos. They were really happy walking around the edge of the ocean pool, trying not to get wet as the waves broke across the rocks.

Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia - The Wiringi's Family Travel Blog


Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia

It wasn’t warm enough for a swim, but it was definitely a great place for a play on the swings. It’s another of those perfect spots where I can look out across the water while sending the kids to the sky!

Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia - The Wiringi's Family Travel Blog


Whale Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia

After a while I looked around and was reminded this car park is supposed to be paid for. I realised oops, I didn’t get a parking ticket because I thought we were only going to be five minutes taking photos! So we ran back to the car (fortunately, no parking ticket) and started heading home.

This place seems a lot quieter than Palm Beach. I’d hazard a guess and presume it is still pretty popular in the summer time though! It’s well worth a visit if you love beaches though.

melissa

About the Author

melissa

Melissa is the wife of Rimaha (yes, we are Kiwis) and mother to Noah, Aaliyah and Elijah. She's obsessed with writing books, learning, travelling and making online businesses (for herself, hubby and kids) work so she can live her dream of travelling the world with her children. She currently homeschools while preparing to create a passive income that will meet her family's needs for travelling. Melissa and her family currently reside in the beautiful Central Coast, NSW, Australia.

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