Sydney has 37 amazing beaches, but beach volleyball players can only be found in a few of them:

Coogee: 2 pemanent posts and up to 3 additional portable courts. Only CBVA  members are allowed to set up courts by Randwick Council.

Maroubra: Permanent poles at the southern side. SBVS runs social leagues trhoughout the year, check http://www.beachvolleyball.com.au/play for more info

Tamarama: One of the best beaches for Volleyball in the world, due to the natural walls stopping the wind and the flat, white sands. Waverly Council allows only 4 nets here. There is no social club, nets belong to individual players.

Bondi: Beach volleyball portable nets are allowed at at the southern end of the most famous beach of Sydney, next to the Skate Park.

Manly: 8 permanent poles, 2 with artificial lights: The most popular spot to play volleyball in Sydney. NBVA tournaments are held here.

Brighton: 4 permanent poles. BBVA tournaments are held here.

Below you can find a few more useful links:

Brighton Beach Volleyball: www.bbva.net.au.

Northern Beaches Volleyball: www.nbva.org.au

Sydney Beach Volleyball School: www.beachvolleyball.com.au

State Volleyball NSW : www.nswvolleyball.com

Australian Volleyball Federation : www.avf.org.au

Beach Volleyball Around the World : www.bvaw.org

Asociacion Icaria Voley Playa Barcelona : www.voleyplayabcn.org