Cabbage Tree Bay
Cabbage Tree Bay became a part of the National Estate when Manly Beach was put on the Heritage List in 1991. It has played host to swimmers, snorkelers, scuba divers, fishermen, walkers, cyclists, parents and children, residents, visitors … the list is endless.
In 2002, Cabbage Tree Bay was established as a “No-Take Reserve”.
- Protected Marine Reserve
Abundance of marine life – 435 species!
- Four of the eleven protected species in NSW: Weedy Seadragon, Elegant Wrasse, Grey Nurse Shark and Black Rock Cod.
- One semi-protected fish species: Eastern Blue Groper (State Fish Emblem)
- One threatened population: Little Penguin.
- Eco Sculpture Walk
- Snorkeling & Diving mecca
- Situated between Manly Beach to Shelly Beach
- Beautiful seaside stroll
- Shops, cafes, restaurants along the promenade & at Shelly Beach
- Beautiful Ocean Swimming Pool with graceful sculptures
- Click here to view on the Manly Map
- Ocean swimming Pool
- Easy access to water for swimming, snorkeling, diving
- Café, restaurant nearby
- Coastal promenade walk
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