Governor Phillip Park, Palm Beach

Governor Phillip Park at Palm Beach on Sydney’s Northern beaches extends from Beach Road on the south to the Barrenjoey Headland. Located near the Palm Beach Golf Club, on one side of the park is North Palm Beach and the other side Pittwater.

The area was once home to the Aboriginal people known as Ku-ring-gai. Governor Arthur Phillip visited this area in March 1788 by boat and named it Pittwater. From 1924 to the early 70s the area was used as a public camping ground.

Today it is a very popular Wedding Ceremony location, although also quite busy on the weekends with families having picnics and enjoying the views.

This location is commonly known as ‘Summer Bay,’ due to this park being the location where Home and Away is filmed.

There are several lovely restaurants close by for a Wedding Reception.

Governor Phillip Park (off Beach Road Northern end of the Peninsula, Palm Beach), NSW




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