Seven Mile Beach (NSW 204) is actually 9.7 km (6.5 mile) long and trends southwest then south from Cape Hawke to Flat Rock Point, which is backed by 169 m high Booti Hill. All of the beach and dunes, apart from the Tiona Sundowner tourist park in the south, are... Read more
Seven Mile Beach (NSW 204) is actually 9.7 km (6.5 mile) long and trends southwest then south from Cape Hawke to Flat Rock Point, which is backed by 169 m high Booti Hill. All of the beach and dunes, apart from the Tiona Sundowner tourist park in the south, are part of Booti Booti National Park. The beach is backed by dunes ranging from a few hundred metres to a kilometre wide and then the extensive Wallis Lake. The Lakes Way road runs the full length of the beach with good access and car parking against the northern headland, and in the centre at 'Santa Barbara', and south where picnic and camping areas are provided at 'The Ruins'.The beach faces the east-southeast and receives waves averaging 1.6 m and has a rip-dominated inner bar, which is usually detached, with rips every 300-400 m separated by a trough and outer bar with more widely spaced rips (Fig. 4.114). In addition strong permanent rips form against both headlands.
Beware as rips and rip feeder currents dominate the inner surf zone. Stay away from rips and watch for any currents.
Numerous beach breaks, with quality depending on bar and wave conditions.
Good gutters are usually found the length of this beach, with the southern end offering protection during southerlies.Read less
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Severe Weather Warning for Metropolitan, Illawarra, Snowy Mountains and parts of Hunter, South Coast, Central Tablelands, Southern Tablelands, South West Slopes and Australian Capital Territory Forecast Districts.
SLSA provides this information as a guide only. Surf conditions are variable and therefore this information should not be relied upon as a substitute for observation of local conditions and an understanding of your abilities in the surf. SLSA reminds you to always swim between the red and yellow flags and never swim at unpatrolled beaches. SLSA takes all care and responsibility for any translation but it cannot guarantee that all translations will be accurate.