Cowdroy’s Beach

Cowdroy’s Beach – Sapphire Coast NSW

Cowdroy’s beach A beautiful beach that is rather difficult to get to. Ideal for swimming, surfing, fishing and bushwalking.


Where is Cowdroy’s Beach on the Mimosa National Park? – Follow the signs to Gillards beach from the Tathra Bermagui Road. The road to Cowdroy’s beach is not suitable for 2WD’s.. The track ends in a small car park in the bush that leads to a short path to the beach.

Swimming – A beautiful secluded beach, with the cliffs off Borounda Heads protecting it from the wind. Some parts can be a little rocky so beware. Don’t swim alone.

Fishing – A great fishing spot, with bream, flathead, flounder, and garfish dominate. The protection from strong winds makes this an ideal fishing spot. Bring an esky, a few beers and a portable radio and enjoy serenity

Picnic – The difficult road to Cowdroys beach means that you’ll almost certain have the whole beach to yourself. However there are no amenities nearby. Not great for elderly or young children.

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