Sorrento Beach

Sorrento Beach (WA 858) is one of Perth’s traditional northern beach suburbs and site of the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club. Waves average about 1 m and maintain a relatively steep beach with a narrow, continuous attached bar.

Weather 21°
Water 19°
UV Rating 3

Beach Patrol

There are currently no beach patrols operational at this beach. Surf Life Saving Club patrols will re-commence later in the year. In the meantime, for up to date information around beach closures and safety, follow us on twitter

Ongoing Hazards

Slippery Rocks

Submerged Objects

Strong Currents

Heavy Shorebreak

It is part of the first continuous sandy beach north of Trigg Island. However, problems with beach erosion have lead to the construction of three 50 m long rock groynes across the 600 m long beach.

My Beach

The groynes are located either side of the surf club, while 500 m north of the club is the large curving southern breakwater of Hillarys Boat Harbour, which extends 1 km out to sea.

There is a large car park off the highway adjacent to the surf club. Today the surf club with its high watchtower sits between the two groynes, with a seawall fronting the club and car park.

Beach Information

Swimming Info

A swimming enclosure has been constructed north of the surf club between the northern groyne and the Marina wall.

Surfing Info

This beach is not considered a surfing beach however body boarders and beginner surfers make use of small waves that form next to the marina wall and groynes along the beach.

This endpoint has been retired