Sydneys secret beaches


Sydney’s Secret Beaches best discovered by boat

Sydneys Secret Beaches

Sydney has many hidden gems along the harbour, which we are positive you will discover during your luxury Sydney Harbour Charter. You can be assured that our most knowledgeable and qualified captains will take you to places on Sydney Harbour that you have never seen.

Our hidden gems are best experienced from the comfort of your luxury charter.We will ensure maximum comfort and pleasure for you and your special guests.

Please see Sydney Harbour Luxe Charters Top five Secret Beaches. Sydney’s secret beaches include…

1. Chinaman’s Beach

Chinaman’s Beach is situated at the Northern perimeter of Mosman, one of Sydney’s most genteel residential enclaves. Sitting well inside Middle Harbour, Chinaman’s beach is extremely sheltered and there is not a wave to be seen. A beach that is perfect to anchor in, start the BBQ and jump in for a relaxing swim. Chinaman’s Beach is most definitely one of Sydney’s secret beaches.

2.Nielsen Park

Nielsen Park is located on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour. Shark Beach is located in the eastern Suburbs and is very accessible by boat. Shark Beach is easily accessible by boat and a perfect position to drop anchor. You will be mesmerised by the glorious harbour views and clear water conditions. Shark Beach is one of our top picks and there is no wonder why. This beach has it all, from glistening white sand, sheltered conditions, clear water and perfect harbour positioning! Overall, the best seat in the house on a hot summers day! Nielsen Park is most definitely one of Sydney’s secret beaches.

3.Milk Beach

Milk Beach is positioned at the base of Hermit Bay within the Sydney Harbour National Park. It is a small isolated beach surrounded by beautiful Heritage listed Strickland House. The beach boasts magnificent harbour views, exclusivity and fantastic water conditions. Milk beach is a perfect beach to drop anchor on a hot summers day. Milk Beach is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s secret beaches.

4.Redleaf Beach

Redleaf Beach is situated in the beautiful Double Bay precinct, Redleaf Beach is another of those idyllic Sydney harbourside beaches you just want to visit. Ideally, she is best discovered by boat. Redleaf Beach is a fantastic location to drop anchor and enjoy lunch with family and friends. Take a dive into the ocean to cool off, or kayak from the exclusivity of your vessel. Redleaf Beach is most certainly one of Sydney’s secret beaches.

5.Shelly Beach

Shelly Beach is located in Manly and forms part of Cabbage Tree Bay. Cabbage Tree Bay is a protected marine reserve and this is why the beach is most popular with Scuba Divers and Snorkelers. The bay has a maximum depth of approx 12 metres and there is a variety of marine life which can be viewed in relatively shallow water. Shelly Beach is another that boats magnificent harbour views, great water conditions and is best seen by boat! You won’t disagree that Shelly Beach is one of Sydney’s secret beaches.

All charter itineraries are tailored to each clients individual requirements. We do cruise to all of these beaches and can anchor in these sheltered bays for breakfast, lunch or dinner. These locations are perfect for any occasion, whether its a relaxing family day on the harbour, or an unveiling of a new product in one of the most picturesque locations that Sydney has to offer.

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