Wilson Beach (NSW 407) is a 60 m long pocket of high tide sand located at the base of the 200 m wide Whale Cove and its boundary Whale Point and Abrahams Head. The beach is fronted by 30 m wide rock flats, faces north and receives usually low refracted... Read more
Wilson Beach (NSW 407) is a 60 m long pocket of high tide sand located at the base of the 200 m wide Whale Cove and its boundary Whale Point and Abrahams Head. The beach is fronted by 30 m wide rock flats, faces north and receives usually low refracted waves. It can only be accessed on foot from Abrahams Boson, 500 m to the south. On the eastern side of Abrahams Head is 500 m wide north-facing Lobster Bay, bordered to the east by Little Beecroft Head. This is a rocky reef-filled bay, on the western side of which is a 120 m long section of sheltered sand (NSW 408), largely crossed and fronted by rock ridges and flats.
Currarong is located on the sheltered northern side of the 4000 ha Beecroft Peninsula and together with Jervis Bay’s Long Beach 1.5 km to the southwest, connects the peninsula to the mainland. The peninsula consists of 30 km of predominantly rocky shoreline, which reaches 100 m high at the southern Point Perpendicular. Between Currarong and the northern tip of the peninsula at Little Beecroft Head is 2.5 km of rocky shore containing three small rock-bound beaches (NSW 406-408).Read less
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.