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Pretty Beach, NSW

Situated at the northern entrance to Murramarang National Park Pretty Beach is a natural setting where wildlife abounds. There is great swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking and bushwalking within the park.

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The area’s largely undisturbed coastline with its sandy beaches, rugged headlands and rock platforms provides an ideal haven for those who enjoy peace & tranquility.

There is a great bushwalk to Snapper Point returning the same way (1 -2 hours) with spectacular views of the coastline, or Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach via Durras Mountain & Snake Bay. Return the same way or follow a negotiable route along spectacular coastline. This walk takes a full day so allow sufficient time and take something to eat and drink, plus a hat & sunscreen in summer.

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Pigeon House Mountain is to the west in Morton National Park. The walk takes about 3 hours return & provides spectacular views of the coastline & wilderness areas. It is very steep in parts with ladders at the top.

Powered and unpowered camp sites and cabins are available. There are hot showers, flush toilets, and laundry facilities.

Nearest Airport: Moruya 71KM

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About Pretty Beach

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Pretty Beach Postcode: 2539
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: South Coast
  • Latitude: -35.57793
  • Longitude: 150.35209
  • Elevation: 121m
  • Area (Sq/km): 3.842
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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