Summary: Located on Sydney's northern beaches, Turimetta Beach is an unpatrolled surf beach. It's generally pretty quiet, but swimming can be hazardous due to strong rips.

Located in Sydney’s north, Turimetta Beach (also referred to as Little Narrabeen) is a surf beach backed by steep cliffs. Swimming can be hazardous due to rips that usually form at the centre and both ends of the beach, and while its not great for surfing conditions are best at the northern end (ideally with north easterly winds). The headland is a popular rock fishing spot.

AWAT8086 LR Turimetta Beach - a surf beach in Warriewood

Getting to Turimetta Beach

The beach can be reached on foot from the northern or southern end, as well by walking around the rock platform from North Narrabeen. Above the beach on the headland is the Turimetta trig station.

Turimetta Beach

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