Summary: A fairly long beach near Bawley Point, Murramarang Beach on the NSW South Coast is good for swimming - but be aware of stong rips.

Just north of Murramarang Point on the NSW South Coast, Murramarang Beach is one of the longer beaches in the Bawley Point area. The waves generally average about one metre so the beach is better for swimming than surfing, but there are often strong rips.

Murramarang Beach

At the northern end of the beach is the township of Bawley Point, with Pigeon House Mountain (Didthul) visible in the distance.

AWAT7471 LR Murramarang Beach - a long beach near Bawley Point

Getting to Murramarang Beach

The beach can be accessed via the Murramarang Aboriginal Walking Track or from Malibu Drive at the northern end.

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