After a bit of rain to start, Australia Day became sunny and humid, so time to head off for our next swimming adventure: Little Bay beach.
I've blogged quite a number of times before from here.
Today there was a yacht race from Sydney Harbour to Botany Bay and back, and we could clearly see them as they passed by.
It was much more crowded than times in the past, BUT it was a public holiday, and there ae many many more apartments and houses there now as the old Prince Henry's coast hospital land has been developed.
Facilities are pretty scant - no real shade except in the sandstone overhang. There is only one toilet / change room and the queue can be long if there are a lot of people. No beachside cafe, but there are some a short drive away.
The water was deliciously warm, but there were a fair few bluebottles to be seen; they weren't deterring anyone (except us). We didn't notice them when we did have our swim, and we emerged un-stung.
The beach is on the eastern coastal walk between the harbour and Botany Bay. A short walk to the southern headland is rewarded with magnificent views (see below)
Happy to be back in the water:
The ring of rocks pool : see link above for more information:
Why not pitch your tent and set up your picnic directly across the only access path to the beach from the headland! I had to pick my way across the the picnic!