Little Congwong Beach, La Perouse, Australia
At the end of Anzac Parade (about 15 km southeastern of Sydney CBD), there is a beach called Congwong Beach. And if you walk to the East End and walk over the rocks, there is another beach called ‘Little Congwong Beach’. This is a mixed nudist beach which does have a good population of gays.
At the eastern end of this little beach is a headland with a lot of push areas where it is known to be a gay cruising area for lots of outdoor fun a beautiful beach.
venue Beach | features beach | customers: mixed
Wow! The best in Sydney by far!
“This has got to be the best gay friendly beach in Sydney by far. The beach is surrounded by nature and has beautiful sand and clean water. There are literally hundreds of tracks through the bush in all directions that will have you bumping into nude guys wondering all over the place cruising for action. I met with some Chinese tourists who were there to see Sydney and boy did we have a good time! Wink wink! Bring a towel if you plan on going for a swim. Bring some refreshments if you plan on staying long as the nearby shops are quite expensive and far from the beach. The best thing about Little Congwong is the atmosphere, there are nude guys walking about all over the beach and in the bush. Everyone is friendly and respectful and there are no sleazy or questionable people among the regulars. Take your clothes off and go for a walk through the bush, you’ll find what you’re looking for in no time. I can’t recommend this beach more, such a great place.“
Gary on 24-Aug-2019 | Problem with this review?
A real hidden gem.
“I have been attending this beach for over a year now, it is simply a hidden gem right on Sydney's doorstep. The beach itself is sandy and rather sheltered from the elements. The bushland surrounding it is full of little pathways and open spots where you can always find some action going on. Groups, singles, couples, bi, curious, gay, ... you name it, this lovely little beach attracts a lot of attention from all walks of life from all age groups. Family friendly as well, there are also non-gay naturists that regularly visit which gives the area a sense of being all-inclusive and safe. Head on around the rocks to the far end of the beach to find gay sunbathers and some more intimate action away from the sandy beach. Alternatively head on up into the surrounding bushland, sticking to the many pathways, to find some action in the bush away from prying eyes. Tradies, blue collar workers, police, nurses, council workers, and truck drivers are a regular lot around lunch time. Any day of the week is likely to see a regular crowd when the weather is warm, but even in autumn and winter there are regulars cruising the bushland and walking tracks. Bring a cut lunch, and drinks, take it all off and plop yourself on the sandy beach to soak up some sun. After that go for a cruise through the bushland for some action and follow up with a dip in the water. A perfect day!“
Jim on 22-Aug-2019 | Problem with this review?
Reviews are the subjective opinion of Travel Gay users, not of Travel Gay.
Your surname & email address will NOT be published.
By submitting a review you agree to be added to our mailing list.
Please enter your email address carefully - we may send a verification request.
We will NOT share your personal information with anyone.
We check every review before publication.
You can read our moderation and picture policy here.