Despite its proximity to visitors hotspots such as Maroubra Beach and La Perouse, Malabar Beach is one of the famous beaches in Sydney.
With relax swimming situations and relatively few visitors, Malabar Beach is the best choice for young families and children.
It sands stretch for approximately 200 metres, with sandstone rocks and cliffs found at both ends of the beach.
You can find a boat ramp towards the northern end of the beach, as well as rock pool extra south, just below Randwick Golf Club.
Malabar Beach is backed by Cromwell park, a grassy place featuring a children playground as well as showers, public toilets, and changerooms. Famous activities at Malabar Beach place contain jogging, swimming, rock fishing, snorkelling, kayaking and even scuba diving.
Actually, there are 2 famous diving locations to explore here, the shipwrecks of the MV Malabar and the SS Goolgawi. Visitors should be alert that lifeguards do not patrol Malabar Beach.
Malabar has amazing facilities otherwise, including showers, public toilets, and change rooms. Additional, it is wheelchair and stroller friendly thanks to its beach matting.
Directly behind the beach, there is a remarkable fenced playground, too.
On the northern side of the bay, you will find a boat ramp and simple access to best spots for rock fishing.
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And, if you favour swimming in rock pools, Malabar rock pool is placed on the southern foreshore below Randwick Golf Club.
Malabar Ocean pool is placed close to the Malabar Beach long Bay directly below Randwick Golf club.
With amazing views over Long Bay and onto the Randwick Rifle range, it is a unique location to swim because of the dramatic scenery.
The pool is quite huge and shockingly deep.
Despite the quiet waters of the bay, there may be swelling present even if the wind is relaxed and there are no sea waves.