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The beach was not that i was expected, not much difference compared to the other beaches and also a big problem of car park. Ticket is expensive $10 per hour and have to walk a long way before you can buy some fish n chips...More
Palm Beach is also known as Summer Bay (from Home & Away), which is good for kite surfing and the like. The sand is almost red and the water is turned reddish as the sand is churned by the breaking waves. We were here with...More
This is definitely a must see if your visting Sydney! Hire a car or get a bus which takes you for wynyard station in the cbd to the northern beaches.
So many great restaurants and cafes and you can even check out the beach where...More
We called in here to visit in March while in Sydney. Amazing golden sand and the water was warm. This is where they film Home and Away TV show. You see on the TV but it is way more impressive in real life
This iconic beach is a perfect escape from Sydney whether you are a fan of the soap opera or not. Personally I am not, but I thoroughly enjoyed the day out here.
Although a good distance from Sydney (I would suggest going as early as...More
2) According to information Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours website, the Official Home and Away Tour to Summer Bay currently runs every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. The pick-up point is at 1.15pm outside the... More
2) According to information Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours website, the Official Home and Away Tour to Summer Bay currently runs every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. The pick-up point is at 1.15pm outside the sliding door entrance to the Museum of Contemporary Art on George Street, at The Rocks, Sydney. Please wait at the Museum entrance on the George Street side and NOT the waterside. When the Tour is over you will be dropped off at beautiful Manly Beach around 5pm. From Manly, you can then get on the iconic Sydney ferry back to Circular Quay (30 mins, approx. $7.4 per person).
The tour generally lasts 4 hours.
Their phone number is 61 02 9977 7890.