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Narrabeen Lagoon is a place where you can go bushwalking, enjoy numerous water sports, or simply relax in one of Sydney’s most spectacular environments.  

Narrabeen Lagoon is also one of the northern beaches greatest natural assets and is a haven for wildlife.  

Access to the northern beaches largest coastal lagoon has been greatly improved thanks to the Multi-use Trail around the entire lagoon, which can be used by walkers, cyclists and people of all abilities.

You can access the award-winning trail from many different points, including Jamieson Park and Berry Reserve There are also numerous carparks, picnic areas, playgrounds and boating ramps around the lagoon.

Please note that dogs are allowed on the trail but only when they are on a leash. Dogs are prohibited from several wildlife protection areas.

Boat Storage at Narrabeen Lagoon

Northern Beaches Council is planning to build secure watercraft storage facilities in a number of locations around Narrabeen Lagoon in an effort to overcome dangerous storage practices, dumping, crowding and damage to the foreshore.

Use of the facility will require owners to purchase a yearly allocated storage position to store their vessel. Following the construction of the storage facilities, watercraft found without an authorised permit will be removed and stored at Council's compound for collection or disposal.

For more information please contact Customer Service on 1300 434 434.

 

 

Features

Water sports and fishing, Bushwalking, Bird watching, Cycling, Jogging

Facilities

showers, public toilets, playground, picnic tables, picnic area, parking, neighbourhood playground, accessible toilets, bus stop within 100m, boat ramp, barbecues

Status

open

Parking Information

Parking is available at: Middle Creek Reserve off the Wakehurst Parkway; Berry Reserve off Pittwater Road; Jamieson Park off The Esplanade.

Transport Information

Get to Berry Reserve by bus... visit Transport NSW for bus information and timetables.

Location

Narrabeen
Narrabeen NSW 2101
Map of Narrabeen Lagoon State Park