Summary: Cat and Kitten Beach is a small and fairly isolated beach in the Murramarang Aboriginal Area on the NSW south coast.

Cat and Kitten Beach forms part of the Murramarang Aboriginal Area, in the Shoalhaven (NSW south coast). It’s a very small and protected beach, with rocky headlands at both ends (Murramarang and Wilfords points). The waves are generally a metre or less so it’s good for swimming, but there can still be strong rips.

Cat and Kitten Beach

Just offshore is Brush Island, a 47 hectare rock islet which provides some shelter to Cat and Kitten Beach.

Brush Island

Getting to Cat and Kitten Beach

The beach can be accessed via the Murramarang Aboriginal Walking Track or by walking along the shoreline from the southern end of Murramarang Beach.

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