Little Bay located in NSW, Australia is considered one of undiscovered jewels in Sydney. Popular spot between the locals, but still secret for many tourists this beach has this name because of the comparison to nearby Long Bay at Malabar. Its semi-circular shape of golden sands with a narrow entrance makes it a perfect location for swimming and snorkeling. Knowing by locals for the calming waters different than others beaches nearby like Maroubra, Litte Bay Beach is not patrolled by lifesavers.
It is also a great spot for fishing because of the rocky coastline but at times it can be very dangerous and only recommended if you are experienced doing it. To get access to the beach you need walk down the timber staircase, where you will also find drinking water and public toilets conveniently located halfway down before you hit the sand.
Many weddings are celebrated at the Nurses War Memorial Chapel, landmark located up the hill from the beach. Dream spot of many couples, the chapel has an amazing view to the ocean.
A few cafés are located towards the top of the beach near the chapel if you like spend the day exploring the area. And if you fancy golf, you will be delighted to play it with a perfect view from the Coast Golf Club.
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