Queens Beach is one of the amazing secret spots that offers you the gorgeous view of the city skyline. A narrow walking track and stone steps take you down to the beach from Queens Avenue. This beach is lovely, small and hidden from main roads. Relax in an peaceful but urban area away from the busy city. Great place to take some (night) shots from the city skyline!

 

Where: A short walk down from Queens Avenue in Vaucluse (eastern suburbs).

How to get there: Bus 325 will take you there. The bus starts from Circular Quay stand D. Get off at Vaucluse Rd nr Queens Av. And walk down Queens Avenue. You can also take a ferry from Circular Quay warf 4 to Rose Bay. A direct ferry only takes ten minutes. From Rose Bay wharf, follow the waterfront path along the edge of Lyne Park which leads you to New South Head Road. Then walk half way up Heartbreak Hill and take a left to Bellevue Hill road. This is where The Hermitage Foreshore Walk starts. From there, it’s only a short walk to Queens Beach.

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