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Castle Rock Beach

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Published December 12th 2008
Castle Rock is a little known and secluded beach on the Middle Harbour. It's a great swimming and picnic spot where you can get away from the madding crowd on a cruel summer's day.

Here is a large photo of the beach.

The best way to get there is to drive to Ogilvy Road where you will find free parking.

From the end of Ogilvy Road, follow the track down to the intersection with the Spit to Manly Walkway. Walk down the concrete steps until you find the Castle Rock Beach track, then follow that down to the beach. It's all sign posted and the walk should not take any longer than 10 minutes.

It's possible to catch a number of buses to nearby Alma St. For details see the 131500 website.

You could also stop in at Castle Rock Beach for your picnic while doing the Spit to Manly walk.

There are no shops so take all your supplies (and lots of water) with you.

Why? A small secluded beach. Don't tell anyone!
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