Your Guide to Eden’s Best Beaches
From calm bays to secret coves and secluded surf breaks, Eden is surrounded by incredible beaches, stretching from The Pinnacles in the north to Bittangabee Bay in the south. If you’re a keen surfer or maybe you’re looking for the perfect spot to set up for the day with the kids, we’ve done the hard work for you and put together the ultimate guide to Eden’s best beaches, all close by to the Holiday Park.
Located in the heart of Eden, Aslings Beach offers great surf and is also a safe swimming spot for the little ones. Patrolled in summer, as conditions can change regularly and rips are often around, you can let the kids play in the shallows while you kick back and relax on the soft, golden sand. There’s even a man-made beach pool a short walk up the beach! Whales (August to early November) are often seen along the shoreline, while dolphins are frequently spotted feeding or sheltering in the bay, so keep your eyes peeled for these guys!
1: Aslings Beach. Source: Visit NSW
Pinnacles & Long Beach
Take in the magnificent backdrop of the 65-million-year-old Pinnacles from the soft sand of Long Beach. During the winter months, it’s a popular spot for salmon fishing, while you’ll find the flathead biting in the warmer months. Long Beach is unpatrolled all year round, so if you’re going to head into the water make sure to bring a friend.
2: Pinnacles & Long Beach. Source: Eden
The perfect spot for beachside BBQs with the family and a safe spot for swimming, Cocora Beach is a family favourite spot for good reason. With waves rarely appearing, a great playground and covered barbecue areas close by, bring down the entire family and set up for the day. Watch the kids build sandcastles in the soft sand and splash around in the shallows, now that sounds like the perfect beach day to us!
3: Cocora Beach. Source: Garden of Eden Caravan Park
A rocky, enclosed bay with a small beach, Bittangabee Bay is the perfect spot to kick back and soak up the spectacular coastal views. Remote without being inaccessible, it offers secluded swimming and fishing in a pristine natural environment. Bring a picnic lunch and a pair of binoculars for a spot of birdwatching or whale watching during the migration season. This one is a true hidden gem and while it may be a bit off the beaten track, it’s well worth the extra effort!
4: Bittangabee Bay. Source: Visit NSW
Have we inspired you to explore your backyard yet? Book your accommodation now at Eden Beachfront Holiday Park. Situated in a stunning valley leading down to absolute beach frontage, our holiday park has the best that nature has to offer, the ocean, the peaceful waters of Shadrack Creek, and the raised forest slopes with stunning panoramic views.
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