Haycock Beach – Ben Boyd National Park Southern NSW
Haycock beach on the Sapphire Coast is perfect for long walks, fishing and surfing. A large car park is found at the end of Haycock road, with numerous BBQ facilities. Haycock beach is a must for anyone who visits Ben Boyd National park.
Where is Haycock Beach?
Drive south from Pambula, 9km down Princes Highway. Turn left at Haycock Road, drive 6km to either Barmouth Beach or Haycock Point picnic area
Long beach, and is unpatrolled. Can be difficult as rips abound, so always swim with others. One of the best spots for surfing throughout the national park, particularly around Haycock Rock.
Fishing at Haycock Beach
Good reef fishing around Haycock Points. The beach itself is surrounded by various reefs, which make ideal spot for salmon, tailor, bream and snapper. Away from the reefs there is excellent opportunities for surf fishing. Hunter Rock 1km out the beach is also a popular spot for snapper, tuna, leatherjacket and marlin.
Carpark located next to beach with BBQ areas and eco friendly toilets.Not far from town, and located next to a caravan park, good amenities