Escaping from a busy on land life and finding yourself a good snorkelling place could be how you keep your family and kids enjoy and relax this coming summer.
There is no need to travel all the way to Great Barrier Reef to explore great diversity of marine life. Some of most beautiful beaches are in Sydney. Rather than sunbathing, diving, you can see what goes on beneath the surface by snorkelling.
Check out some top highlights for inexperienced snorkellers in Sydney.
Located between south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee Beach, Gordons Bay is a snorkelling hotspot. It’s only 11km away from Sydney’s CBD with 20 minutes drive.
This bay is most loved spot for new snorkeler as its waves is really calm with crystal clear water making it the ideal underwater experience. There are plenty to see in this Sydney’s hidden gem, from Starfish and sponges to kingfish, blue gropers and even baby sharks.
Little Bay is another Sydney’s hidden gem for snorkelling. It’s located in the eastern suburbs, just north of La Perouse.
The shallow calm water makes it another best location for snorkelling with kids and beginners. The beach is really private and is known as one of the cleanest beaches in Sydney.
Schools of small fish, colourful anemone, squid and sea urchins are found in this nice Little Bay.
Just 20 minutes away from Sydney’s CBD, Clovelly Beach is another place to start for inexperienced snorkellers. It’s also a great place for families and adventure seekers.
You can explore a great range of marine life from moray eels to octopi and schooling fish. You can enjoy yourself in a giant ocean pool with concrete surface and access steps into the water.
Grab your snorkel equipment from www.aquagear.com.au and prepare to get wet !!!