Port Kembla Beach (NSW 370a, also called Perkins) occupies the northern half of the beach (Fig. 4.304). Bathing at Port Kembla dates back to the 1900s with the Port Kembla SLSC formed in 1910 and the first dressing sheds erected in 1912. Today...
Cable Beach (waK 19) commences on the north side of Gantheaume Point where it initially faces north before swinging round to trend due north for 6 km to terminate at the scattered sandstone rocks that separate it from the northern beach (waK 20)....
One kilometre to the south is South Narrabeen SLSC (NSW 310c, formed in 1922), which fronts the busy Pittwater Road. It has a small car park and public amenities. Most swimmers tend to be locals, however the public will find it very accessible,...