Luke lives on the lower northern beaches and had always wanted to go on a Harley. So, he organised the north beaches Harley tour using a gift voucher he had received.
Manly, Queenscliff, Curl Curl etc
Pat picked Luke up from his home and they rode along the northern beaches coastline. They called into Manly and rode along the front of Manly Beach. This led past Queenscliff, Freshwater and Curl Curl Beach. All are such lovely, clean, sandy, clear water beaches. Then it was past North Curl Curl, Dee Why, Long Reef and Collaroy Beaches.
Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Newport Beach
There are so many beaches along the way, about 23. These are from Manly Beach all the way up to Palm Beach. However, we didn’t get to Palm Beach. After Collaroy they rode past Narrabeen and Mona Vale Beaches, and ended up at Newport Beach.
Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park
Time was almost up, therefore, Pat turned around and headed back to Luke’s home. They rode home a different way, on the Wakehurst Parkway. This leads past the lovely Narrabeen Lagoon and through part of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. A lovely part of Australia.
Oxford Falls is like being in the country but not long after, we arrive in Frenchs Forest and back into suburbia. A little while later Pat dropped Luke back at home. In conclusion, the north beaches Harley tour was a big success. As Luke said “Awesome“!
Sydney’s ocean beaches are usually divided into the Northern Beaches, located north of the entrance to Sydney Harbour and the southern beaches which are in the eastern suburbs and Cronulla area. Manly has eight beaches that range from the large 1.6 km Ocean Beach to the tiny Fairy Bower Beach.
Hence the reason Sydney’s ocean beaches are internationally renowned – they are all beautiful, clean, sandy with clear clean water! Oh, good swimming and surfing as well.