Summary: Cormorant Beach is small and sheltered dog-friendly beach in Bawley Point, on the NSW south coast.

Cormorant Beach is a small and fairly sheltered beach between Juwin Head and Bawley Point, on the NSW south coast (between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay). The waves average about one metre. It’s a pet-friendly beach, with dogs are allowed to run off-leash 24 hours a day.

Cormorant Beach in Bawley Point

At low tide you can walk to the adjoining beaches – Bawley Beach to the north and Gannet Beach to the south – over the rocky headlands at both ends of the beach. Low tide is the best time to do this but you can cross evern at high tide.

AWAT7743 LR Cormorant Beach - a dog-friendly South Coast beach

Getting to Cormorant Beach

Cormorant Beach is easily accessed from Tingira Drive in Bawley Point.

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