Camp Cove is the first port of call in Sydney Harbour. Having been home to the local indigenous population as well as plentiful wildlife, most notably, sea life, it is a place of vast historical, cultural and ecological significance. Camp Cove is among the most coveted addresses in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
Whilst being the one of the most secluded beaches in Sydney, it boasts the most beautiful and uninterrupted views of Middle Head and Sydney Harbour.
The Beach is off the tourist maps, so it’s mainly the territory of welcoming locals where sand real estate is easy to come by. It is the next beach over to Watson’s Bay, which is perfect for a feed at the local café, kiosk or pub.
Who should go: Locals and visitors who wish to bathe in the beauty of a largely untouched piece of Sydney Harbour.
How to get there: Parking is limited on the street in the hotter months but still available. However, buses 324, 325 and 380 service Military Rd, a 10 minute walk to Camp Cove. The Watson’s Bay Ferry is also accessible from Rose Bay.
Look below for a list of events and activities happening around the Camp Cove.
Ratings & Reviews
Camp Cove - Open / Closed
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Upcoming Events & What's On around Camp Cove
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