A tiny, but surprisingly photogenic place perfect for the crashing waves and rock hopping. Can be dangerous during the storm. I have mentioned Clovelly Beach in the guide to Sydney Beaches Top Locations.
The beach itself isn’t very good for photography but the cliffs named Shark Point on the Google maps are amazing. Go there during the big swell to capture huge crashing waves. Low tide also opens a lot of new opportunities. However, you need to be quite fit to get past some of the cliff trails.
The walk along the cliff could also bring some new photo opportunities for long exposures. As an added bonus, there are wild rabbits living in the area.
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