Summary: Little Pebbles Beach or North Pebbles (formally called Burns Bay) is a secluded cobble beach in Murramarang National Park on the south coast.

Little Pebbles Beach on the NSW south coast (formally called Burns Bay) is located to the north of Pebbly Beach, on the other side of a large headland. Unlike Pebbly Beach which is not pebbly, Little Pebbles is primarily a cobble beach. It’s a fairly secluded beach and relatively safe for swimming with fairly low waves, with forest above the bay providing some shade.

AWAT7562 LR Little Pebbles Beach (Burns Bay) - a pebbly beach in Murramarang

Just off the coast is Dawson Island, which provides some protection from the ocean swell.

AWAT7582 LR Little Pebbles Beach (Burns Bay) - a pebbly beach in Murramarang

Getting to Little Pebbles Beach

Littles Pebbles Beach is only accessible on foot from Pebbly Beach along the signposted coastal walk in Murramarang National Park – or by boat in low swell. (It can also be reached along the coast from Pretty Beach in the north – which is a much longer walk).

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