Little Manly Cove (SH 4) is one of the more popular harbour beaches. It has good vehicle access, is only 1 km from Manly Wharf, as well as having a tidal swimming pool, boat ramp (Fig. 4.222), small car park, park and toilets, with boats permanently moored off the beach. The 140 m long beach faces south and is usually full of picnickers and swimmers during summer, as well as fishers using the rocks to either side. It is backed by a low seawall then the sloping grassy park, with the pool at the eastern end, and open central section and boat ramp at the western end.
Beach Length: 0.14km
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