Sydneys beaches are some of the best in the world and local residents are very proud of them. Whenever you use the beaches try and leave the beach clean and tidy. The sight of used drink bottles and hamburger wrappers is a real turn off..There are always many waste bins for rubbish and NOW a lot of the beaches have different bins for recycling the various items and rubbish.. Local councils go to a lot of trouble and expense to keep thier local beaches clean. Some beaches now have fines for littering..
Smoking is no longer allowed on Sydneys beaches...The only butts allowed are human.Fines apply and are enforced..
Please take ALL your rubbish with you to the litter bins.
DoNOT bring glass in any form to the beach area..broken glass and little feet don't go togeather.
Respect other peoples space..
Do not bring alchohol to the beach...fines apply..
Observe and take notice of ALL safety signs..
CURL CURL Like all Australian beaches , is patrolled by lifesavers and you must swim between the safety flags. Australians pride themselves on their Life Saving tradition that has saved countless lives over the years and is an Australian tradition. Everyday in the warm months of the year these beaches are inspected in the mornings for the safest places that are free of rips etc. and are safe places to swim..This designated area on the beach is then marked by the placing of two Yellow/red safety flags ..These are the safest places on the beach to swim and you must swim between these flags. These areas are ONLY for swimmers. Surf Board riders , wind surfers, or skier paddlers are not permitted in these areas. Whenever the beach is closed it will be signposted . Do not swim when the beach is closed.