Barrenjoey Head

The northern-most point of Sydney, this beach headland sits right on the divide of the Pittwater peninsula and the ocean, and houses a sandstone lighthouse built in 1881. A great spot for whale-watching, astro-photography, and sunrises/sunsets. The view here is incredible literally any direction you look.
Time of day
Avoid the harsh midday sun and aim for mornings or evenings, or late on a clear night to see some stars.
Opening hours
Public space, open 24/7
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