Asling’s Beach is in the heart of the fishing village Eden, on the northern shores of Twofold Bay.
The beach offers both surf and safe swimming, and is patrolled in summer. Conditions change regularly and rips are often present. There is an off-leash pet friendly area to the north of Barclay Street.
The northern end of the beach ends with Lake Curalo, an intermittently closing estuary. to the north and a natural rock pool to the south. A rockpool can be found at the southern end of the beach. Access requires a rocky scramble.
Whales (August to early November) and dolphins are often seen right along the shoreline, either feeding or sheltering in the Bay.
Take in the views from the 6km Lake Curalo Boardwalk, which is level and accessible. Wheelchari accessible amenities are available at two locations on Aslings Beach Road.
The foreshore area has a skatepark, sports ground and amenities along the foreshore.
Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)
Caters for people who use a wheelchair.