Palm Beach Travel Guide

  • PALM BEACH LOOKING SOUTH
    PALM BEACH LOOKING SOUTH
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    SAYS IT ALL
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  • ENJOY THE SURF AT PALM BEACH
    ENJOY THE SURF AT PALM BEACH
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Palm Beach Things to Do

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    by globetrotter06 Written Mar 31, 2006

    The climb up to the Lighthouse at the tip of Palm Beach takes just about 30 mins. The area is a part of the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NP, and the view is quite good up there. Though, it can get quite windy at times.

    Lighthouse Southern view at Palm Beach
    Related to:
    • National/State Park
    • Museum Visits

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    by AmazingAdventures Written Apr 14, 2005

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    Like Home & Away? (Australian based night time soap opera) Like to visit TV 'sets'? You can walk around the outdoor areas where Home & Away is filmed here at the north end of Palm Beach. You will see many familiar scenes and sights. One time that I visited, there was a guy there next to the surf lifesaving boat offering photos with the lifeguard shirts for $1.00 per person. I almost said no, but now looking back at the photos am glad I took advantage of this unique opportunity with my friends. Even if no one is there to offer 'official photos' you can still have a good look around, take photos and the beach scenery is a bonus.

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  • Iluka Resort Apartments

    1097 Barrenjoey Road, Palm Beach, 2108 , Australia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

Palm Beach Restaurants

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    by leebee1 Written Jan 8, 2005

    This RSL is probably one of the nicest I've ever been to (besides Cronulla).
    Absolutely child friendly, they have a large beer garden out back with big bird averies running the length of the area. It adds a nice touch to the place and kinda nice to have a beer in the afternoon sun, listening to the birds.
    They have a nice bistro here, although it is a bit pricey in comparison to other RSL Clubs. It is Palm Beach!

    Favorite Dish: All mains come with salad or fries. Expect to pay between $15 and $20 for a main. Kids meals from $6.

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    by leebee1 Written Jan 8, 2005

    This RSL is probably one of the nicest I've ever been to (besides Cronulla).
    Absolutely child friendly, they have a large beer garden out back with big bird averies running the length of the area. It adds a nice touch to the place and kinda nice to have a beer in the afternoon sun, listening to the birds.
    They have a nice bistro here, although it is a bit pricey in comparison to other RSL Clubs. It is Palm Beach!

    Favorite Dish: All mains come with salad or fries. Expect to pay between $15 and $20 for a main. Kids meals from $6.

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Palm Beach Transportation

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    by AmazingAdventures Written Apr 14, 2005

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    Start your trip at Central Station in the heart of Sydney's CBD and catch the L90 bus. I'd recommend getting a window seat on the right side of the bus, because it's a beautiful bus ride going by many of Sydney's amazing northern beaches. It's one of my very favorite bus trips, going by all these beautiful beaches. The trip is about 2 hours by bus, but worth the time due to all the fabulous scenery.

    The bus will let you off right next to Palm Beach. You can visit some of the exclusive shops or get a bite to eat. The beach is right across the street and it is AMAZING!

    Visit the Sydney Bus website below to ge the current pricing, bus pass info & timetable for the day and time you are interested in.

    Don't forget your sunscreen!

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Palm Beach Warnings and Dangers

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    by DennyP Updated Nov 29, 2011

    PALM BEACH
    When swimming at Palm beach, like all city beaches are not without their dangers. This beach is patrolled by Surf Life Savers, "ALWAYS SWIM BETWEEN THE SAFETY FLAGS". This is a wonderfully clean and safe beach to swim.. Palm Beach has its own Surf Club, so has its own group of dedicated Life Savers that everyday in the summer months inspect the beach each day for the safest area for swimmers.
    These designated safety areas are then "flagged" with yellow/red safety flags and these are the only areas that you should swim. Australia prides itself on its Surf Life saving fraternity as the rescue thousands of swimmers every year...most are volunteers.

    SWIM BETWEEN FLAGS IN DESIGNATED SWIM AREA RESCUE BOARD FOR DISTRESSED SWIMMERS RESCUE SURF RESCUE VEHICLE NORTHERN BEACHES ALWAYS READY TO RESCUE DISTRESSED SWIMMERS ENJOY THE SURF AT PALM BEACH
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    • Water Sports
    • Beaches
    • Eco-Tourism

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