Bellambi Beach (NSW 367b) continues south to the creek mouth and point, with a rock pool on the southern rocks (Fig. 4.292). The Bellambi surf club is located behind the creek, and linked to the beach by a walkway. Waves decrease south along the beach, with the rips decreasing and usually a continuous attached bar in the south, except during northeast conditions, which will generate strong rips all the way down the beach.
Beach Length: 1km
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