This large three bedroom ground floor apartment has everything you need for that relaxing family getaway. It is fully furnished and sleeps up to 6 people, with two queen bedrooms and the third children’s room with a bunk bed for three.
It has a large modern bathroom, well equipped galley kitchen, internal laundry and a comfortable living room which opens up to the fully fenced garden and courtyard area with BBQ. The apartment is pet friendly.
For your comfort, we provide the essentials upon your arrival, including all linen, towels, duvets, tea and coffee so you can maximise your time in this great city.
Take a two minute walk to the patrolled Dee why Beach. Enjoy a five minute walk to the award winning Dee Why RSL Club, AMF Bowling and an eight minute walk to Dee Why main bus stop and one block from buses to Manly.
We provide a Platinum Holiday Management Service unparalleled on the northern beaches. We are the only real estate agency on the Northern Beaches peninsula with a specialised and full time holiday leasing team to assist guests with their holiday accommodation tailored to their requirements. We manage a variety of self-catering holiday rentals from two bedroom apartments to luxury homes from Manly to Palm Beach.
Our objective is to ensure that our guests have a smooth and enjoyable stay. Our guests are personally greeted upon arrival and presented with a welcome pack consisting of tea and coffee essentials. We also offer the following extra services upon our guests’ requests: additional cleaning, additional linen and laundering, chefs and catering, airport transfers, groceries and food shopping, massage, beauty therapists and day spas, hair stylists, babysitting, picnic hampers, etc.; plus Packages for weddings, honeymoons, romantic getaways and special family occasions.
DEE WHY offers the best of Sydney with proximity to white sandy beaches with a relaxed cosmopolitan lifestyle. When you arrive at Dee Why Beach you will not be short of choices on where to eat. There is a good lively atmosphere during the evening and the beach side child friendly restaurants and cafes are usually heavily booked all year round. Regularly voted one of NSW best beaches, Dee Why has plenty to offer for that relaxing family getaway. The apartment is a short stroll to the lagoon and beach and everything is right at your doorstep, situated only two minute walk to the express buses to the heart of Sydney, North Sydney or Chatswood.
Things to Do
Breakfast at Dee Why Beach, at one of the cafes on the beachside strip, is a great way to start the day. A promenade, grass picnic stretch and road separates the cafes from the soft sands but does not detract from the views of the glistening seas. Most cafes offer both alfresco and inside dining.
Dee Why Beach Corso has been stylishly designed with a mix of stainless steel street furniture, picnic tables, elegant looking lamp posts and shower units. There are ramps leading down to the beach itself which will be welcomed by families with push chairs and the disabled.
At the southern end of the Corso is a sheltered rock pool, with nearby changing facilities, if you want a swim but don't want to cope with the breaking waves.
Dee Why Beach has its Surf Patrol Pavilion at the northern end of the Corso and this is always the centre of much activity. Flags are usually set up on the beach in appropriate safe to swim places, selected by the life guards, and the patrolled areas are between the red and yellow flags.
Always swim between the flags as if rips are present, even the strongest swimmers can be swept out to sea.
Dee Why Lagoon
Dee Why Beach Lagoon, located at the northern end of the beach near Long Reef is tidal and joins the sea at certain times thus making a divide in the sands.
If you are embarking on a long walk, taking in many of the other beaches, check with the Life Guards who will advise you when this occurs to ensure the safety of getting across. Make sure you are appropriately dressed and carry a towel.
Long Reef Walk
One of our favourite walks in Sydney is along Dee Why Beach to Long Reef and up to the headland, past the idyllically located golf course. At the top of the headland there are several sculptures, a reference map of the Northern Beaches and you can also watch hang glider pilots or model plane enthusiast’s play around in the up currents at the top of the headland.
Look north and take in the breath taking views of all the jagged cliff faces of the northern beaches right to the tip of Palm Beach. On a clear day, to the south, the round head of Centre Point Tower in Sydney pops up in the distance.
During some summer evenings there can be a sea mist which makes this walk even more magical.
Fisherman’s Beach leads to a stretch of flat rocks which are exposed at low tide. You can use the path above the beach when the tide is in but check with Life Guards when you can safely access the rocks.
In areas, the rock looks like crocodile hide and in others it is a mixture of greys, browns and reds. The rock shelf leads to another sheltered public swimming 'rock pool' and then on to Collaroy Beach. There is a well located Hogs Breath Cafe with a beach front dining area at Collaroy which makes a good spot for a pit stop before you return to Dee Why Beach.