More About Dee Why Beach, Australia

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I sat at the beach a while, listening, watching, contemplating…then decided to explore a bit. I followed the walkway toward the point and discovered a swim club, which is apparently open to the public. The pool is filled with sea water and is refreshed each night when high tide comes in.

Dee Why Beach
Dee Why Beach’s, Swim Club on the Point
Ocean side pool
Ocean side pool
Ocean side pool
Ocean side pool

On the far end of the swim club is a rocky area with tide pools and cliffs beautifully decorated with succulent plants. A small heron was fishing in one of the pools and didn’t mind that I came right up to him to get a picture!

Tide Pools on the Rocks
Rocky area just beyond the swim club
Heron
White-faced Heron
Scenic Cliffs
Scenic Cliffs
Scenic Cliffs
Scenic Cliffs

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4 thoughts on “More About Dee Why Beach, Australia

    1. Moritz, It is a lovely place to visit – so relaxing! Beautiful places to walk and to just hang out! You should definitely add it to your list! Happy Travels! Mel

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