Kyeemagh Beach, Baths and Playground at Brighton-Le-Sands

 
 
 
  

My kids love this area for the great airport views. They can watch planes taking off and landing for hours.

But there’s loads more here to enjoy, good playground and the biketrack and cafe making this a very family-friendly beach and baths. 

Kyeemagh beach

Kyeemagh Beach, Baths + Playground

General Holmes Drive, Brighton-Le-Sands 2216

These baths are at the northern end of Lady Robinson Beach which stretches down to Dolls Point and has several netted baths dotted along it.

The beach is not very wide, but it slopes gently and is great for kids. The added advantage at this end of the beach is the wide expanse of the reserve, known as Cook Park, and the great views of the planes as they take off and land at the airport.

There’s a fenced playground here as well- hooray!  Cafes are close by and there are picnic tables and barbecues so BYO BBQ or picnic or just buy some grub and stay all day!

The only pity is that there is not a huge amount of shade.

Cafe: Yes, the C-Side cafe if nearby

Toilets: Shower, toilet and change block in the reserve

Shade: Not on the beach, some on the reserve

Playground: Yes, big fenced one

Shark net: Yes

Mum’s report: The parts of Cook Park which are near the road have secure fencing so the park is safe. We bring the bikes to ride along the seafront on the bike track that runs all the way south alongside Botany Bay. With the baths and the playgrounds, we can make a day of it.

Extra: Cycle path all the way along Botany Bay

Map reference: Gregory’s 404 C14, Sydway 316 K14, UBD 275 D14

Parking: Carpark on General Holmes Drive

Bus stop nearby: Yes 

Kyeemagh beach playground

Kyeemagh beach playground

A picnic able with a view, ideal

 

bike track at Brighton le sands

Here’s the cycle path that goes for miles along the foreshore of Botany Bay

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Have you been to Botany Bay?

Can you recommed a great family-friendly place there?

 

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Posted on: October 12, 2012

2 Comments

  • Reply October 15, 2012

    Johanna

    This is such useful and interesting information. I’m looking forward to grand kids so that I can explore all these places with them, and a child’s eye again! Notwithstanding, this is also just interesting for me in a general way. Thanks!

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