Weather Forecast
22.30°C
Current Temperature
6.00km/h
Wind speed
22.25°C
Water Temperature
1.25m
Swell
0.28m
Tide
5/11
UV
Warriewood Beach (NSW 308) extends for another 500 m from the northern cliff face and rocks, that separate it from Mona Vale Beach, to the base of 60 m high Turimetta Head, which trends 700 m to the southeast. The beach is backed by 30-40 m high vegetated bluffs, with access restricted to a steep, narrow road which winds down the southern slopes to a narrow beachfront car park, with overflow parking at the top of the bluffs. A set of stairs connects the top car park with the centre of the beach. A reserve offering excellent beach and ocean views occupies the southern Turimetta Head. The Warriewood SLSC, was established in 1949 and is located on the southern slopes providing members with a superb view up the beach. Turimetta Head affords the beach some protection from southerly waves and winds which cause the beach to curve round to face the east-northeast. Waves average about 1.5 m and a single usually attached bar runs to the north. It is always cut by a permanent rip that flows out over the southern rocks (known as Pot Rock) and a central and usually a northern rip in front of the cliffs (Fig. 4.205).
Beach Length: 0.5km
General Hazard Rating: 6/10

Patrolled Beach Flag Patrols

Sun
28 Apr
Mon
22 Apr
Tue
23 Apr
Wed
24 Apr
Thu
25 Apr
Fri
26 Apr
Sat
27 Apr
Warriewood SLSC
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09:00 -16:00
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09:00 -16:00
09:00 -16:00
Warriewood Beach (Lifeguards)
09:00 -17:00
09:00 -17:00
09:00 -17:00
09:00 -17:00
09:00 -17:00
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Information

Formal parking area
Kiosk
Showers
Toilets Block M/F
Toilets Block Disabled
Bus

Regulations

No Alcohol
No Cats or Dogs
No Firearms

Hazards

Gutters
Travelling rips
Accessible Rock Platforms
Outfall
Water pollution
Steep stairs

Weather

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.