Store Beach (SH 2) was where ships used to unload provisions for the Quarantine Station. Today it is a natural beach backed by vegetated rocky slopes, with access by foot or boat. The 200 m long beach faces west across North Harbour, curving round along its rockier southern half to... Read more
Store Beach (SH 2) was where ships used to unload provisions for the Quarantine Station. Today it is a natural beach backed by vegetated rocky slopes, with access by foot or boat. The 200 m long beach faces west across North Harbour, curving round along its rockier southern half to face north, with rocky points bordering each side. The 5-10 m wide high tide beach is backed by a small grassy berm, then densely vegetated slopes, while deepwater lies just off the beach.Read less
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SLSA provides this information as a guide only. Surf conditions are variable and therefore this information should not be relied upon as a substitute for observation of local conditions and an understanding of your abilities in the surf. SLSA reminds you to always swim between the red and yellow flags and never swim at unpatrolled beaches. SLSA takes all care and responsibility for any translation but it cannot guarantee that all translations will be accurate.
Includes beaches: Quarantine Beach, Silver Beach, Forty Baskets, Reef Beach, Washaway, Castle Rock, Clontarf Beach, Clontarf (n), Sandy Bay, The Spit, Chinamans Beach, Edwards Beach, Balmoral Beach, Cobblers Beach, Obelisk Beach, Clifton Gardens, Taylors Bay, Ashton Reserve, Bradleys Head, Athol Bay, Whiting Beach, Collins Beach, Little Sirius Cove, Sirius Cove, Mckell Park, Carthona Ave, Double Bay, Seven Shillings, Lady Martins, Rose Bay Park, Percival Park, Dumaresq Res, Little Manly Cove, Tingara, Milk Beach, Shark Beach, Vaucluse Bay, Parsley Bay, Kutti Beach, Gibsons Beach, Wharf Beach (s), Manly Cove E, Wharf Beach, Camp Cove, Lady Bay, Manly Cove W, Delwood, Fairlight Beach, Esplanade Beach
General Hazard Rating: 0/10 (Least hazardous)
Beach Key: nswSH2