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Exploring Dee Why

Laze on golden sandy beaches or kayak through the surf, explore glitzy megamalls with multi-screen cinemas, or stroll into verdant parklands, where natural lagoons offer refuge for brightly colored birds and unique native wildlife. Just outside the vibrant city of Sydney, the pretty neighborhood of Dee Why is a fashionable beachside retreat. In the heat of summer, its stretch of soft golden sand is covered by a swarm of holidaymakers and day trippers, surfers take to the waves on brightly colored boards and bars open their doors wide and stay open until the early hours of the morning.


Hotels in Dee Why

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Dee Why is the Dee why beach pad - Newly renovated, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended &TravellersChoice2 in Dee Why as it has been reserved &TravellersChoiceBooked2 times.


Sightseeing in Dee Why

- Dee Why Beach


This idyllic, curving bay is one of Greater Sydney’s busiest beaches. Barbecue pits crackle with afternoon picnic fires, open kayaks cut effortlessly through the greenish waters, and children play happily on swings and climbing frames, overshadowed by towering trees.


- ISKCON Sydney


This Hare Krishna Temple serves prasadam, free of cost to all the visitors two times a day at 12:30 pm and 5:30 pm. Special feast is served on Saturday, Sunday and some other festivals. There is also a Vegan restaurant open to the public.


Transportation in Dee Why

Sydney Airport is the most convenient international airport for foreign visitors, and it’s served by excellent public transport links that make onward travel to your hotel relatively easy. Hire cars are another great option, and the route to Dee Why is straightforward, and easy to navigate. While you’re here, everything can be explored on foot, and since most cafés, hotels, and tourist shops are located around the beach, you won’t have to travel far anyway. If you do want to go further afield, hop on board a local bus for trips into Sydney’s urban streets.