This gem is nestled near a picturesque golf course in the Eastern suburbs near La-Perouse. The rocky outcrops and platforms offer a multitude of compositions. Although it’s a relative easy walk, there are steep cliffs and one should take extreme care at the edge.
We visited at tides of 0.9m with a huge 2.6m swell. Despite this, there was relatively easy access with a bit of scrambling over stable rocks.
During low tide, the landscape would look quite different but would still offer ample oppportunity.
This area is exposed to the East but protected from North and South.
Parking is near the edge of the Golf course and next to the church. The beach can be accessed via a relatively modern set of steps and the Southern rocky outcrops can be access by walking along the coastline.
There is a toilet and taps on the beach
This area would be unlit at night. Go at your own peril.
- Torch or headlamp
- Sandals/scuba booties are optional as you can probably keep your feet dry here (especially if it’s high tide)