Balmoral Beach is one of Sydney’s top beach options for relaxation.
It offers everything you would want to forget about amazing city life, permitting you to de-stress and enjoy effortlessly.
The turquoise water at Balmoral beach is calm and transparent, the sand is super soft and golden, and the vibe is packed with just a bit of energy.
Balmoral specs 2 beaches Edward and Balmoral beach.
They are divided by Rocky point island. A pedestrian bridge separates the 2 sides, which leads people out to the peninsula.
Things to do
Take a little walk over the pedestrian bridge and around Rocky island – best for views all over Balmoral beach.
Take a relaxing Stoll along the Esplanade.
Enjoy a picnic on one of the grassy places next to the beaches. There are lots of shaded places also.
For those who want to be pretty more active, you can go paddle-boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and even learn how to sail thanks to the schools over there.
It is best for families. The relaxed waters make it a safer swimming choice for others. Balmoral also has a shark-proof nettled enclosure.
There is also a shallow rock pool to explore and a little kids playground right on the sand. Anyway, you should know that the waters are not patrolled by surf lifesavers.
Also, best for couples, extremely romantic and mainly come the evening; the public dining room is the best choice for a perfect meal together.
The traveler, singleton, the best place to take images, have a coffee, read a book.
Drink & food
There are several restaurants and cafes around the planet.
You are not spoiled for choice, but they are more than sufficient.
The Boathouse is the most famous in the area, the best place on the beachfront while you dine with a remarkable view and tranquil environment.