Pebbly Beach

Pebbly Beach, located in the Murramarang National Park, is already known widely as the home of the surfing kangaroos (a myth arising from a photograph of a kangaroo in the low surf).

The Pebbly Beach turn-off is about 10 kilometres south of Termeil and about eight kilometres over a gravel road to Pebbly itself.

Pebbly Beach is a popular camping area with great surfing beach and bush walks within Murramarang National Park.

Banksias, coastal rosemary and lomandra grow on the exposed headlands buffeted by salty sea winds. Look out for sea eagles soaring above, sooty oyster catchers along the shore and dolphins riding the waves out to sea.

Nearby events

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    Event dates to be confirmed: May 2019 , Bawley Point

    The NSW South Coast will host the world’s richest campdraft competition, in which the winning horse and rider will take home AUD100,000. The World Championship Gold Buckle Campdraft, to be held at Bawley Point’s Willinga Park on May 17 to…

    16 May - 18 May