- May 10, 2021
|Life Guide Patrol||Family Friendly||Dog Friendly|
|Ideal Conditions||E w/West swirls||Shaded||Camping|
|Not Ideal||E w/South swirls||Bench Seating||Beach Access|
|Surfing||BBQ Facilities||Boat Ramp|
Snorkeling by the rock pools are memorizing as you can see a variety of different sea creatures like turtles, crabs and lots of different species of fish. Surfing is esteemed at Arrawarra beach as it has a brilliant point break. Fishing is permitted at this beach, you can cast a line from the beach or there is also a boat ramp here if you wanted to take your fishing to the next level.
If you fancied taking a long stroll along the beach why not try and walk 5km to reach Mullawarra, which is also a spectacular beach to visit. When talking strolling along this beach make sure you look out for the ancient aboriginal fishing traps, and lots of native wildlife.
Arrawarra is also well known for its beautiful headland which looks over the Solitary Islands Marine park. This marine park is the third largest marine park in New South Wales which is protected. Its is over 71000 hectares and reaches over 75km of the coast.
Arrawarra has lots of facilities for everyone to enjoy such as toilets, cold showers, 2wd access, picnic tables, which are hidden under the trees, and even a wooden bbq, so make sure you bring your firewood if you want to cook up a storm.
There is lots of parking available but over the weekend it this beach becomes very busy so it may become limited. Unfortunately pets are not permitted on this beach.
There is lots of different types of accommodation for everyone to choice from such as spot x surf backpackers, Arrawarra beach holiday park, NRMA darlington beach holiday resorts and lots of other accommodation which will suit everyone.