Station Beach

Natural Attractions

Located along the western side of Governor Phillip Park, Station Beach is the perfect spot if you’re looking for a quiet, sandy beach with calm waters and stunning views over Pittwater and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
No Life Guard on duty

Station Beach provides two distinctive beaches separated by a café and a long jetty.

Station Beach (south) is situated between Beach Road and the Boathouse jetty, and adjacent to Palm Beach Golf course.

Take a walk along the beach, spend some time appreciating the gorgeous views and then head out together around Governor Phillip Park.

Dogs are not permitted at Station Beach – please remember to keep your dog on-leash in the park and surrounding areas.

Station Beach (north) is situated between the Boathouse jetty and Barrenjoey Headland, with its famous lighthouse and views over Broken Bay.

You will see Lion Island off-shore, with its distinctive spinifex shape. It contains the largest population of little penguins in the Sydney area with about 300 breeding pairs.

While your dog is not permitted at Station Beach, you are able to take your dog to the grassy bank above the beach (on-leash), where you can take in the views.

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