Fairy Bower, Manly Australia
The Fairy Bower is a famous surfing break and beach in Manly, Sydney Australia. Fairy Bower is an affluent area, located close to Shelly Beach (Manly) and North Head.
The Fairy Bower surfing break is a short stroll from Manly and Manly Beach and is ideal for long board and paddle board surfing. It is accesible from Shelley Beach.
Located along Marine Parade is the lovely Fairy Bower Pool. It is triangular in shape and the sculptures that sit along the rock edge are known as 'The Sea Nymphs' or 'The Oceanides', were created by Helen Leete.
Built by local residents in 1929, Fairy Bower rockpool is one of a number of historic pools cut and blasted along the New South Wales coast as saltwater bathing became popular.
Famous for The Bower Surf Spot! This is one of the best point breaks of Sydney breaking in front of Manly Beach, next to Shelly Beach you can access the spot by paddling around the corner of Shelly
A scenic walk links Manly Beach to Fairy Bower and Shelly Beach and is a great thing to do and see when in Manly. Jan Warhurst, a local diver, is famed for discovering a number of new species of catfish in the marine park.
Marine Parade, Manly – between Manly Beach and Shelly Beach. To view the Manly Map click here.
- Stunning ocean pool
- Beautiful sculptures
- Eco Sculpture Walk
- Close to Shelly Beach
- Snorkeling, diving, swimming
- Walks and access to North Head
- Easy stroll from Manly Beach and Shelly Beach
- Close to restaurant and kiosk facilities
- Ocean Pool
- Public Toilets
- Seaside walkway
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