These Are Our Favourite Isolated Beaches In Sydney

Stay away from the crowds

Carly Heading

26 December 2018

Carly Heading

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Summer is well and truly here and nothing is worse than heading down to the beach with 67880073636 other people.

So, never fear, we have you covered!

Here are some of our favourite isolated beaches right in our backyard!


Milk beach is one of our best-kept secrets, it is located at the base of Hermit Bay inside the Sydney Harbour National Park. Milk Beach is a small isolated beach surrounded by the Heritage listed Strickland House.

It offers a breathtaking view of Sydney, Milk Beach is one of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs well-kept secrets.

The spot is perfect for swimming, sunbaking or even snorkelling… or if you just wanna relax and have some lunch,

It can be accessed via public transport or boat. 

There is also a small amount of off-street parking is available.

Where: 52 Vaucluse Road, Vaucluse




Lady Martin's Beach is located in the small habourside suburb of Point Piper! 

It’s surround by stunning views and is one of the most chilled-out beaches you will find.

Entry is via a narrow lane off Wolseley Road that passes by the Royal Prince Edward Yacht Club.

Where: Wolseley Road, Point Piper 




Obelisk Beach is just STUNNING!!!! It is also one of the few legal nudist beaches in Sydney so that is fun! 

It is super quiet and laid back and has breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour. 

There's a large public car park on the Middle Head Road side of Chowder Bay Road.

Where: Mosman




To be honest, we can't even deal with how beautiful Chinamans Beach is!

It is perfect for a swim or even just a picnic lunch!

The beach is completely secluded, it is unpatrolled, so be careful. 

Where: Mosman


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