The unique location of Harbord Diggers, with its commanding sea and coastal views provides a distinctive location for this state-of-the-art development.
The revamped Harbord Diggers is now open and since its launch has experienced an overwhelming response from locals who are loving the variety of entertainment and dining options all under one roof.
From its stunning main bar that echoes the curves of the Northern Beaches coastline, to its sun-baked alfresco dining space, indoor child’s play area and delicious dining offerings, the new digs is a must visit.
Set on top its iconic headland location, Harbord Diggers has long been a haven for families and the new venue offers a range of unique spaces and features to keep the young (and the young at heart) entertained all day long.
The venue’s expansive Ocean Terrace is a versatile playground for adults and children alike and the perfect spot for eating, catching up with friends, listening to live music, enjoying sunset skies and even watching whales swim by. Bathed in sunshine by day and starlit by night, the Ocean Terrace is surrounded by local flora and boasts distant views of Curl Curl Beach and the magical Northern Beaches coastline.
Featuring a large grassed area and casual seating this is also the perfect space for the little ones to roam and play and sets the scene for special family events and activities. Harbord Diggers is hosting a number of regular family friendly activities including games on the lawn, face painting, kids animal farm and more.
The venue is also home to three dining options, each with dedicated kid’s menus, including restaurants, Teddy Larkin’s Seafood and Steakhouse and AcquaFresca by Pilu, as well as a casual café, DD Collective. From authentic Italian pizza and pasta to steak and seafood, parmigianas and salads, the new Harbord Diggers presents a range of cuisine options to tantalise even the fussiest of eaters.
For days when the family can’t come to an agreement on where to eat, the Ocean Terrace menu offers a sample from each of the dining venues. Meals are delivered right to your table, allowing you to enjoy the fresh sea breezes, sunshine and the views.
If that hasn’t tickled your fancy already, then the precinct is also home to a bespoke indoor play area for children under 7. The play area echoes a forest landscape with an adventurous theme and a secret tunnel to a special cave that will have the kids wanting to explore time and time again.
Harbord Diggers is proud to announce that it’s the first registered club in Australia, and indeed one of the biggest venues on the Northern Beaches, to be recognised by the Surfrider Foundation as an accredited ‘Ocean Friendly’ venue.
Hundreds of local children are supporting Harbord Diggers to create a ‘Sea of Poppies’ – a highlight of the new club’s inaugural ANZAC Day commemoration.
Taking inspiration and shape from the scenic coastline of the Northern Beaches, the Harbord Diggers is giving back to the place it calls home by putting sustainable and eco-friendly solutions into place as part of the clubs’ holistic plan.
You’ve heard them on your favourite radio station. You’ve heard them on the dance floor. You’ve even heard them as part of one of Australia’s most-loved advertising campaigns. Now comes the chance to hear them live at Sydney’s most spectacular oceanside venue – the new Harbord Diggers.
As part of the progressive roll out of its state-of-the-art new venue, Harbord Diggers has recently opened its new community room that sees the return of a range of sub-clubs and traditional RSL activities.
Well-known chef Giovanni Pilu has a second restaurant on the beaches at Harbord Diggers. He is enthusiastic about his new venture and the famous Pilu in Freshwater.
If you want a substantial steak cooked to perfection, juicy ribs full of flavour or the very freshest seafood, then take a seat at the table of this fashionable new restaurant.
The stylish Harbord Diggers has opened with a five- star feel that is delighting residents up and down the Northern Beaches.
Harbord Diggers is commemorating ANZAC Day this year with its traditional morning service on Wednesday 25 April to remember and pay respect to the diggers. Harbord Diggers is currently under redevelopment but will be hosting the ANZAC morning service in its usual location at the eastern flagpole off 80 Evans Street, with the service to commence from 8am.