Severs Beach – Ben Boyd National Park Southern NSW
With Aboriginal shell middens located throughout the area, Severs Beach is one of the most cultural rich area of the Sapphire Coast. Some of these have been carbonated to 3,500 years old. Despite its cultural significance, Severs beach is a beautiful beach, ideal for families and picnics.
Where is Severs Beach?
Drive 10km south along Princes Highway from Eden, Turn left at Haycock Road, Ben Boyd National Park, and drive 4km to the Severs Beach turn-off. Turn left at Severs Beach Road and drive 1.2km to the carpark, It’s then a 300m walk to the beach
One of the most scenic beach on the South Coast of NSW. A great swimming experience however strong rips and currents may be present.
Fishing at Severs Beach
BGreat fishing beach, Salmon, flathead, bream and whiting are the dominat specuies. Look for change of tides along the rocks for the best fishing areas.
Not far from town, and located next to a caravan park, good amenities