September 6, 2010 1 Comment Beauty, Makeup

Lifes a Beach



I frequently find myself liking swimwear that isn’t to everyone’s personal preference, so wearing a strange print, or uniquely cut bikini isn’t exactly appropriate to pull out on a busy, populated beach like Sydney’s Bondi. So to counteract this predicament I’ve realized it isn’t what you wear, but where you wear it?!

Here is Sydney’s Top 5, underground yet exceptionally beautiful beaches. This Summer and Spring top of your tan, drench yourself in vitamin D, take your dog to the beach even, it can be a doggies day out! And do it in your own unique style without being bombarded so you can have some bona fide rest and relaxation.

Lady Martins Beach
A long, narrow stretch of sand tucked in Felix Bay, Lady Martins Beach is the perfect place for an exclusive dip in the harbour.
Accessible via Wolseley Rd, Point Piper 2027.

Milk Beach
This hidden gem boasts incredible views of the city, Harbour Bridge and Rose Bay – watch the seaplanes come and go from the warm shallows.
Located behind Strickland House, 52 Vaucluse Rd, Vaucluse 2030.

Little Congwong Bay Beach
You’ll find this secluded little nudist shore at Botany Bay National Park. Pack a basket for a naked beachside picnic.
Accessible via Anzac Pde, Botany Bay National Park, La Perouse 2036.

Flat Rock Beach
Flat Rock Beach is the ideal spot for cooling off after a bushwalk through Garigal or a kayak down Middle Harbour.
Walking track accessible via Killarney Dve, Garigal National Park, Killarney Heights 2087.

Obelisk Beach
On the south side of Middle Head, Obelisk Beach is another little nude pocket renowned for its peace, quiet and views of the South Head.
Access by Chowder Bay Rd, Sydney Harbour National Park, Georges Heights 2088.


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