Secluded Beaches Await

Secluded Oasis Await

One of the best things to do on the Far South Coast is to visit a secluded beach. Get away from the hustle and bustle, even other tourists or families can be overwhelming sometimes.

You’re not always going to be able to stumble across a deserted beach, but if you want to give it a shot, the Far South Coast is the place to try.

There are plenty of fantastic places, tucked away and begging to be explored.

Secluded Oasis Await

Try Severs Beach in Eden, tempting all year round, go walking, fishing or swimming in the calm waters of the idyllic setting.

If you’re into some nude beaching then Armands Beach at Bermagui is the place to check out, it was official declared clothes optional in 1993.

Brave the dunes to get to Nelson Beach near Merimbula. A wide ocean beach with a stretch of light golden sand and that glistening aqua blue water seemingly unique to the Far South COast.

Spencer Park is a great place for families with calm, shallow, waveless water, go when the tide is out for a huge stretch of beach to explore, see what the tide washed up.

Kick back and soak up the spectacular coastline views at the Bittangabee Bay, a rocky enclosed beach perfect for those looking for some peace and quiet.

Shells on Bherwerre beach

An incredible collection of shells on Bherwerr Beach – another popular spot near Jervis Bay in Booderee National Park.

Bournda Lagoon is a calm, warm swimming hole that is surrounded by paperbacks and honey myrtle, occasionally open to the ocean it’s a great place for a private swim.

Cuttagee Beach and Lake is seven kilometers south of Bermagui and is relatively popular however it’s a classic beach and is long enough to find your own slice of coastal paradise.

The sweeping sands of Pambula beach are perfect for beach-combing and exploring with lots of fascinating rock pools after the tide has gone out, have lunch with no one but the kangaroos.

These are just a few of the fantastic secluded locations to be found on the Far South Coast. The truth is that you don’t have to go for in any direction to find somewhere special as there is simply an abundance of natural beauty. National Parks, walking tracks, picnic areas and spectacular surrounds await the natural adventurer.

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