Summary: Honeysuckle Beach is a dark sand and cobble beach in Murramarang National Park on the NSW south coast.

Not one of Murramarang’s finest beaches, Honeysuckle Beach is a dark sand and cobble beach. A permanent rip on the northern side and steep beach face means it’s only suitable for swimming (with care) in very calm conditions. There is low vegetation but little shade on the windswept slope behind the beach.

AWAT7720 LR Honeysuckle Beach - a cobble and sand Murramarang beach

Getting to Honeysuckle Beach

The beach is reached by the unsealed Old Coast Road and North Head Road via South Durras on the NSW south coast (about four hour’s drive from Sydney). The carpark is just above the beach.

AWAT7719 LR Honeysuckle Beach - a cobble and sand Murramarang beach

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