Cabbage Tree Beach
Where: Beecroft Peninsula

Cabbage Tree Beach is curved between The Point and northern Cabbage Tree Point. Rock outcrops dominate the ends and southern section of the beach, with only the northern section free of rocks. Once again, this beach offers the clean white sand this region is world famous for.

Photo by www.currarong.org.au

Getting there: A car park is located behind the centre of the beach.

This beach has the following features:

  • Parking
  • Bus transport

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