Penrith Beach is now CLOSED FOR WINTER 2024.

A new place to swim in Penrith - Western Sydney’s new oasis

There’s a new beach to enjoy right here in Penrith until 25 April 2024 on weekends an public holidays.

Access to Penrith Beach will only be permitted with a valid parking pass. To book your free parking pass ticket to Penrith Beach here.

The same size as Bondi, Penrith Beach is a sun-kissed shore, where the sand meets crystal clear waters offering a refreshing escape from the heat. Located within a former quarry site, Penrith Beach runs next to the Nepean River and is part of Western Sydney Lakes.

Penrith Beach is operated by the Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure, further info and FAQ’s can be found here.

Penrith Beach is a natural beach experience, and there are no structures on the beach site. Please bring your own shade and sunscreen.

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Penrith Beach
Castlereagh Road
Castlereagh NSW 2749

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