Merimbula Main Beach – South Coast of NSW
Merimbula Main Beach is a beauty. The beach is wide enough and long (3 kilometres long) enough to absorb the many tourists. And with a main beach like this why wouldn’t they come.
Where is Merimbula Beach? Access to the beach is mostly at the northern end. Entry through Ford Park.
Swimming – The beach is patrolled all year round. Although it’s a main breach in a popular tourist town it does still create an illusion of swimming within a secluded Australian bush beach. Good surfing conditions up towards the Merimbula Bar Beach.
Fishing – Merimbula Beach is relatively sheltered, and does create amble opportunities to catch flathead, luderick and whiting. Bait catching around the change of tides is also popular.
Picnic – Merimbula beach is ideal for picnics. Plenty of amenities,
Things to do around Merimbula