Lady Bay Beach is a nudist beach near South Head on Sydney's Harbour. Although you can view the beach from certain locations above, there is very little chance of seeing nudity unless you are on the beach itself.
This is a very special opportunity if you love the nudist life. There are approximately twenty beaches in Australia where the law allows nudity, and Lady Bay offers this chance in the heart of the country's largest city on one of the most beautiful and busiest harbours in the world. There are some amazing walks around Lady Bay Beach, filled with historic and militaristic structures. If you are planning a walk up to South Head, which is one of the most impressive and nostalgic locations in all of Sydney, you will pass by Lady Bay Beach, which few people know is actually located there.
Nearby Lady Bay Beach are several other beaches as well as the historic location of Camp Cove, the place where the First Fleet landed in Sydney during 1788. Macquarie Lighthouse
is also nearby, which is the country's first lighthouse, built in 1818. Watsons Bay is close by, and here you can catch a ferry to the harbour, eat fish and chips or go for a swim (with your bathers on). Buses run quite close to Lady Bay Beach, and there is a car park near, however don't expect to find a car park on the weekends or peak times, as you'll be sharing it with visitors who are going to all the areas nearby. Address: walking track access from ferry
wharf via Cliff Street, Watsons Bay, NSW, 2030.