Iluka's Bluff Beach is a glorious location to visit and enjoy. The picnic area has a whale watching platform that offers a vantage point with 360 degree views along the coast and inland over the treetops of the World Heritage Listed Iluka Nature Reserve Rainforest. This is the most popular surfing beach of the five, owing to the reasonable access from the car park located at both ends, and the moderate waves which produce a single attached bar. The southern end has a large car park and is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer holidays. Bluff Beach offers car parking, picnic tables, toilets, information displays and access to the Iluka Nature Reserve Rainforest walk. The 2.5 kilometre walking track will guide you through the diverse ecosystem of the largest remaining stand of Littoral rainforest in New South Wales.