Collaroy Beach is located on Sydney’s northern beaches between Dee Why and Narrabeen. It features excellent facilities including rock baths and patrolled swimming areas, which are found at the southern end.
Children will enjoy exploring rock formations with many sea creatures and intriguing sea life. They can be found behind the rock pool, also at the southern side.
The beach has several grassy reserves with free electric BBQs and picnic tables and also a great enclosed, shaded playground with slides, swings and climbing frames. A new toilet/shower block is located at the surf club.
For lunch, head over to one of the cafes or take away shops, which offer different types of cuisine including Italian, Chinese, fish and chips and more.
The beach is suitable for boogie boarding and beginner surfers and you will often find Manly Surf School provides surfing lessons on the weekends and during school holidays.
Metered parking is available near the beach and unrestricted street parking is also nearby. Many buses run along Pittwater Road and stop at Collaroy Beach.