Killick Beach at Crescent Head is a picturesque white sand beach that is home to the Crescent Head Malibu Classic. Famous for a long, slow right hand wave that peels off the point, working in almost any sized swell it is best suited to long boards. The tidal Killick Creek opens into the Pacific Ocean and provides sheltered swimming for children. In front of the surf club is a beach break that is home to left and right hand waves depending on the direction and size. This is Crescent Head’s most popular family beach as it provides easy access in the centre of town, plenty of parking, barbecue facilities and a playground for the children.
Length – 14 kilometres
Four Wheel Drive Access – Beach permit holders permitted from Richardsons Crossing to Hungry Camp Area.
Surf Lifesaving Patrol – Yes on weekends (October to April) and during the holiday season. Always swim between the flags and obey the life guards. View the 2015/16 beach patrol dates.
Actively welcomes people with access needs.