AVALON At A Glance
A natural utopia, Avalon is surrounded by lush bushland that flows down to the calm bays of Pittwater on one side and the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean on the other. Avalon Beach is at the heart of this Northern Beaches pocket with its rich surfing culture and its intimate cafés and shopping village. It’s a captivating lifestyle that keeps locals here for the long-haul.
By land and sea, Avalon exudes natural beauty.
For a morning coffee, grab your brew of choice from Classic Coffee’s combi van on Avalon Beach Headland – the view is a killer!
An episode of Baywatch was filmed at Avalon Beach in the late 1990s.
A place where Mother Earth meets urban living, Avalon Beach offers an idyllic, tranquil lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s CBD.
Surrounded by bushland and bordered by the calm waters of Pittwater and the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean, locals are all about living in the great outdoors.
Avalon Beach takes centre stage with its rugged coastline, deep golden-hued sand and crashing waves. Surfers can be seen year round vying for the perfect wave. At the southern end of the beach, the ocean pool attracts young families while the adventurous take to the rocky ledges to jump into the deep blue sea.
Boating culture reigns supreme along Pittwater. Many homes cascade down into the bay, many come with their own jetty. Avalon Sailing Club is a focal point for seafaring adventures – whether by kayak or yacht, all take to the water with Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park as the backdrop.
In the midst of all of this is the laid-back village with its selection of organic and alfresco dining, health food stores, and boutique shopping catering to the sun-loving surfie, the health conscious and the well-heeled alike.
The lifestyle of Avalon Beach draws in families of all shapes and sizes with professional parents at the helm along with retirees. Once a popular stomping ground for hippies during the 1960s and 70s, many of the long-term locals have become successful but have retained elements of their free-spirited youth.
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A rugged stretch of coast fit for surfing and splashing around, this popular beach has ocean baths and rock pools, bordered by the Des Creagh Reserve which has a playground, skate park and a café with killer views.
The best way to experience this natural playground is by boat. Cruise the waters either by kayak or yacht and venture across to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to discover popular picnic and camping spots.
Avalon Village has a selection of organic cafés and laid-back funky hangouts. One thing is for sure – the natural goodness of the produce takes centre stage across the board.
Living within the lush bushland, the homes that cling to the hillside capitalise on water views on both sides.
Avalon is renowned for architecturally-designed homes that are made to blend seamlessly with the environment. Be it natural mud-rendered homes, timber and stone or minimalist homes, Avalon has it all.