Parsley Bay, a long inlet in Sydney’s east, is drop-dead gorgeous and has the benefit of two access points: you can walk around to the mouth of the bay and hop in at the deep end, or stick to the shallows at the beach end where the sand gives way to a massive grass park ringed with big trees. The second part of your itinerary here involves walking (or swimming) to the kiosk at the beach end, which is run by a couple of lovely old Italian fellows who will sort you out with a pasta with Napoli sauce for a tenner. They also have lasagne, focaccia and milkshakes, and fresh slices of watermelon.
|Venue name:||Parsley Bay Kiosk|
|Price:||Mon-Fri 10am-4pm; Sat, Sun 9am-4pm.|