Bingie Beach North

Overview

The northern end of this long exposed starts at Bingie Bingie Point and then extends south for around 4kms before terminating at Coila Lake and Tuross Head. The beaches are not patrolled and…

The northern end of this long exposed starts at Bingie Bingie Point and then extends south for around 4kms before terminating at Coila Lake and Tuross Head.

The beaches are not patrolled and feature regular strong rips and currents, with persistent surfing breaks.

Bingie Bingie Point is an important place for the traditional custodians of the land. Hidden away from the water are evidence of shell middens, stone working areas and quarries providing strong links to Aboriginal culture. Mullimburra Point is composed of resilient 400 million-year-old granite. The rock collection in this area is very rare, with granite and diorite rocks prominent, and black volcanic basalt laying around as well, providing for some unique photographs. It is surrounded by four beaches, one on the north side and three south, all located in the national park.

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