A bather's paradise for all ages. Easts Beach is the southernmost of Kiama’s beaches and is sheltered from much of the wind and swell. The beach is named after the caravan park that occupies the…
A bather's paradise for all ages. Easts Beach is the southernmost of Kiama’s beaches and is sheltered from much of the wind and swell. The beach is named after the caravan park that occupies the whole valley behind the beach and spreads up the southern slope.
Easts Beach is just a short walk away from the Little Blowhole and Bonaira Native Gardens, while Munna Munnora Creek (found at the southern end of the beach) is a good spot for the little ones to splash around.
Public access is available by parking on Ocean Road, Marsden Street or Tingira Avenue and walking down.
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