Tigerlily's Favourite Sydney Beaches To Spend Summer

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posted by James Willmott

Beach beach beach! Just saying the word puts a smile on our faces and reminds us exactly what the summer season is all about! The feel, love and addiction to the sand and salt are things most of us are familiar with, particularly when it comes to warmer months full of laughter and unforgettable memories.

Based in Sydney, the family at leading women’s label Tigerlily are no stranger to the sun, sand and surf. Whether you live in and around the area, are visiting, or are just curious, here ladies, are the brands favourite Sydneyside beaches to spend your summer season. Head down and join them for some sunshine!

1. Wylies Baths, Coogee
We often joke that if Tigerlily HQ was relocated, this is where it would be! One of Sydney’s most beautiful ocean pools, the perfect Sunday spot to grab a coffee and catch some morning rays!

Recommended swimwear: Arbanasi One Piece

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2. Tamarama Beach, Tamarama
Such an iconic, picturesque surf spot… We love it here because it doesn’t attract the crowds like Bondi Beach. Don’t forget to pick up a smoothie from the Health Emporium on your way!

Recommended swimwear: Arbanasi Apron Top

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3. Shelly Beach, Manly 

A protected little marine reserve, Shelly Beach is extremely popular for divers and snorkelers… This little spot always has us dreaming of European getaways!

Recommended swimwear: Aruba Tara Tri Top

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4. Kutti Beach, Vaucluse
One of Sydney’s best kept secrets, Kutti Beach is a quiet little spot of paradise. The perfect harbour beach for a paddle board with a view of some of Vaucluse’s most lavish mansions .

Recommended swimwear: Montserrat Top

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5. Avalon Beach, Northern Beaches 
For the surfing lily, make sure you check out Avalon Beach. The long southeast facing beach is the perfect break for all level surfers and beautifully bordered by high sandstone cliffs.

Recommended swimwear: Carriacou Top

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*Imagery by Tourism Australia, Joel Coleman, Jelena Stipanicey, Iris Lillian and Unknown.