Dee Why Beach,
Dee Why Beach - Dee Why Beach
Dee Why Beach faces slightly southeast but its southern headland both gives protection from southerly winds and shape to any swell coming from the south. The point break here is a beauty, and local surfers converge on it in numbers when it’s working.
Then for a kilometre north towards Long Reef the beach opens out into a wide, uncrowded expanse of sand backed by scrubby dunes, known appropriately as No Man’s Land – ideal for a little solitude in the sun. The Olympic-size saltwater pool at the southern corner is perfect for lap swimmers, and there’s a shallow children's pool right beside it.
Dee Why itself is a key hub of residential and commercial activity along Sydney’s northern peninsula and thus offers a variety of accommodation, dining, shopping and nightlife.
- Cactus and Succulent Society of NSW Autumn Show
- Fireside Chat with Botanical Artist, Beverly Allen
- Fireside Chat with Cultural Heritage Curator, Margaret Betteridge