Beaches – Mimosa Rocks

Mimosa Rocks National Park – Beaches

If beautiful isolated beaches, amongst the Australian bush are what you’re looking for, then look no further than the stunning Mimosa National Park on the amazing Sapphire Coast of New South Wales.


Mimosa Rocks National Park – Beaches

Aragunnu Beach – Historical beach (Shipwreck of the Mimosa – hit the rocks just north of Aragunnu beach, 150 years ago). Ideal for snorkelling and diving.

Bunga Beach North – (The Many Bungas) – Relatively undiscovered, beautiful isolated beach located from the NPWS Goalen Head Carpark. Great walking tracks – No amenities.

Bunga Beach South – 1 km long access via Hergenhans Road. No amenities.

Bithry inlet – Entrance to the Wapengo Lake – Good amenities which make it ideal for fishing, day trips and picnics.

Cowdroys Beach – 2 km long beach, access via 4wds, no amenities.

Gillards Beach – Amazing beach, 2km long with access from caravan park.

Hiden Valley – Access via Bunga Beach South carpark. Small beach with no amenities.

Middle Beach – Good amanetites, fantastic walking beach.

Moon Bay – Great waves for surfers and rock ledges make it ideal for fishing. Basic toilet with no amenities.

Murrah Beach – Access via Goalen Beach Head carpark. Isolated yet beautiful beach. Great for fishing.

Picnic Beach – Golden sands broken up by large volcanic rock ledges.

Things to do around Tathra

Camping Accommodation at Mimosa Rocks National Park