- Dee Why Beach is a beautiful length of semi-wild sand and dunes on Sydney's North Shores, 18km from Sydney's Central Business District. It stretches from Dee Why Rock Pool nestled behind Dee Why Heads, up past the small Dee Why corso with its row of Norfolk Island pines, picnic tables, chi-chi cafes, bars and the Dee Why surf club. Then its all about the rolling dunes and Dee Why lagoon, before at some unmarked point, it transforms into Long Reef Beach. This is a favorite for local families, surfers, and body boarders with a point and a beach break to contend with. Due to its location surrounded by a number of nature reserves , the beach and surrounding areas throng with bird life including lorakeets, pelicans, terns and the odd fairy wren.
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