Ideally located 12km from Manly and 30km from Sydney’s CBD, Narrabeen is a must-stop spot if you’re exploring the northern beaches of Sydney. A popular spot for families and surfers, this beautiful part of NSW is known for it’s stunning beaches, picturesque lagoon, walking trails, bike routes and quirky eateries. So, where do you start? Check out the list below for ideas on what to do next time you visit Narrabeen!
What to do?
Narrabeen Lagoon is the perfect spot to enjoy some sunshine while partaking in a variety of outdoor activities. How does bush walking or cycling sound? If you’re more of a water baby, the SUP boarding and kayaking is not to be missed! Towards the entrance to the Lake, you will find a small, protected beach which is a great spot for families to relax and swim.
There is a variety of scenic walks in Narrabeen – ranging from the bushland setting on the lagoon, to stunning cliffs with ocean views. A highly recommended walk is the Turrimetta headland walk, which stretches from Mona Vale to Queenscliff Beach. Be sure to pack those walking shoes because these views are not to be missed!
On the 3rd Sunday of every month, Narrabeen hosts an outdoor market! Set amongst the shady trees of Berry Reserve, you will find 80 stalls offering arts, craft, jewellery, collectibles, fashion, food and more!
Where to eat?
Whether you’re looking for a coffee on the beach, takeaway fish and chips or a delightful Mexican meal – Narrabeen has you covered! We might be biased, but we recommend the following spots for a bite:
- Moonlight Social House
- Narrabeen Tram Shed
So, Narrabeen has incredible things to do, delicious food to eat and finally – great places to stay! If you’re keen to check out this beautiful seaside spot, click the link below to see our package to one of the best hotels in town – Narrabeen Sands Hotel by Nightcap Plus. With daily continental breakfast, drink vouchers and a carpark included, there’s never been a better time to bid on a stay at Narrabeen. So what are you waiting for? If you've never been to Narrabeen, it's time to Bid. Win. Go!