Summary: Bull Pup Beach is a beautiful and fairly isolated beach in the Murramarang Aboriginal Area on the NSW south coast.

Bull Pup Beach is within the Murramarang Aboriginal Area on the NSW south coast, between Wilfords Point and Bull Pup Point. The 350m long south-facing beach is fairly well protected from the swell and northerly winds in summer. It’s a great spot for a swim and there’s a good chance you’ll have the beach to yourself.

Bull Pup Beach

Getting to Bull Pup Beach

The beach is accessed via the Murramarang Aboriginal Walking Track from Murramarang Road, about a 2km (return) walk.

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