The laid-back beachside suburbs of Curl Curl and North Curl Curl are a sports lover’s paradise. Locals love to keep it to themselves, and who can blame them, when they have long stretches of sand dunes, the emerald blue ocean, and plentiful green space on their doorstep.
The beauty of Curl Curl lies in all things natural, from the rocky headlands to the sun-soaked beach to the open parklands – locals simply love to be outdoors.
With breathtaking sunrises, this quiet stretch of the Northern Beaches has rolling sand dunes, a lagoon, a rock pool and a reserve – making this a family-friendly wonderland. Curl Curl is a locals-only destination, as Sydneysiders tend to flock to neighbouring Dee Why and Manly for a beachside experience.
Gusto on the Beach is a café located at the southern end of the beach. It’s the spot to sit back and watch surfers, body boarders, ocean swimmers, sunbathers and the rolling ocean waves. Alternatively, cast a fishing line into the deep blue.
Nestled alongside Curl Curl Lagoon is John Fisher Park. This expansive parkland is home to netball, softball and hockey for the Northern Beaches – at the height of the season this area is organised chaos.
Although Curl Curl boasts a laid-back lifestyle with clusters of neighbourhood shops sprinkled around the suburb, locals only need to travel to neighbouring Dee Why or Manly to be immersed in a bustling vibe.
This is a place with very few apartment blocks, where family homes of every size and style provide a great lifestyle for families.
Quintessential Australian beach houses sit alongside contemporary luxury homes which capitalise on every vantage point with wrap-around balconies and large windows to take in the extensive neighbourhood or beach views. Head along Molong Street, Headland Road and Curl Curl Parade to get a taste of these large family homes.
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