Bar Mouth Beach
Bar Mouth Beach

Surely one of the prettiest spots on the Sapphire Coast

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Pinnacles Beach
Pinnacles Beach

Low tide reveals lots of pretty rockpools

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Pinnacles Beach
Pinnacles Beach

Ben Boyd National Park, South of Merimbula, Sapphire Coast NSW

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Bar Mouth Beach
Bar Mouth Beach

Surely one of the prettiest spots on the Sapphire Coast

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BEN BOYD NATIONAL PARK

Although this massive park includes 2 precincts, with 'Green Cape' precinct 20 - 38km south of Eden, the Pambula-Haycock precinct is just a hop, skip and a jump away.  Basically on the other side of the Pambula Rivermouth.

 

Highlights include Haycock Point, Quondola Point, Bar Mouth Beach, Severs Beach and the Pinnacles - a distinctive 65 million year old rock formation.

With plenty of walking tracks, picnic areas, vantage points for whale spotting and so much more, allow plenty of time to explore this park!

 

Access this part of the park via Haycock Road, approximately 17km south of Pambula, turn left off the Princes Highway (signposted).