Dee Why plays host to many of the northern beaches main events including Australia Day and New Years Eve fireworks.
It also is the site of numerous first class sporting events such as the Beachley Classic, Sun Run, Ocean Thunder and many more.
The adjoining Ted Jackson Reserve has a fenced children’s playground and a funky outdoor table tennis table. The area also boasts free WiFi.
Dee Why Beach faces slightly south east but its southern headland both gives protection from southerly winds and shape to any swell coming from the south. The point break here is a beauty, and local surfers converge on it in numbers when it’s working. It has a fabulous 50 metre swimming pool and toddlers’ area at the southern end of the beach with accessible toilets and showers.
Dee Why itself is a key hub of residential and commercial activity along Sydney’s northern peninsula and thus offers a variety of accommodation, dining, shopping and nightlife.
Dee Why Point has been a popular spot for local surfers for years.
This challenging wave is definitely for the more experienced surfer, if you head here on a winters day when the swell angle is coming from the south you’re going to have an absolutely awesome time.
The carpark is located at James Meehan Reserve and is free for vehicles displaying a Council parking permit and pay and display is available for those without. The cost for pay and display parking is listed at the meter. Designated disabled car spaces.