Aragunnu Beach

Aragunna Beach – Sapphire Coast NSW

A stunning 500 metre long beach, at the forefront of the NPWS campground. The Mimosa Rocks National Park was named after the steamer, The Mimosa, hit rocks just north of the beach in 1863. Today the beach is an ideal location for snorkers and divers.


Where is Aragunna Beach? – Along the Tathra Bermagui Road, the camp grounds are only 3 kms away down an unsealed 2wd road.

Swimming – Looks great, however can be a little dangerous as there are strong rips and sharp rocks. Great surfing conditions practically first thing in the morning.

Fishing – Like most places along the Sapphire Coast, Aragunnu Beach is an ideal place for fishing. Good gutters along the rocks and excellent surf fishing also. Bream, salmon, Mulloway and flathead are the dominate species.

Picnic – Relatively easy access. Good amenities, with wood BBQ’s, hybrid toilets and picnic tables, Aragunnu beach is a popular place for picnics and social gatherings.

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