A woman who was on her honeymoon has died after drowning at a popular Sydney beach.
At least ten police cars rushed to Shelly Beach in Manly, in the city’s north, just before 1pm on Wednesday.
A 32-year-old woman was found unresponsive in the water and was pulled to shore by bystanders, who commenced CPR immediately.
The woman was married just days before her death in South Korea and was on her honeymoon in Australia, it is understood.
NSW ambulance paramedics and the rescue helicopter critical care medical team treated the woman at the scene.
However, she died soon after despite paramedics performing CPR for up to 30 minutes.
The woman is yet to be formally identified, but it is understood she was visiting Manly from overseas on her honeymoon.
The Toll NSW Ambulance Rescue Helicopter was also dispatched to the scene, landing on the beach but was not required.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson redirected all other inquiries to police.
Officers from Northern Beaches Police Area Command will prepare a report on behalf of the Coroner.