Killick Beach - Crescent Head
19 kilometres south-east of Kempsey, Killick Beach is bordered by the natural beauty of the Hat Head National Park, starting near the village of Crescent Head in the south the beach extends to Hungry south of the village of Hat Head.
The southern end of Killick Beach is protected, having been declared a National Surfing Reserve. Since the 1950's surfers came to Killick Beach as the headland near the village of Crescent Head, rocks and sand bars help to create one of the longest point breaks in the country. The northern end of Killick Beach is also popular with surfers, fishers and campers.