A smaller beach found on your way down from the lighthouse. A favourite with the surfers.
Just around the point from The Pass is Wategos beach. Famous for its luxurious mansions and celebrity spotting, a trip to Wategos should be on any to-do list. It is stunningly photogenic and a wonderful place to let a sunny day roll by. Wategos is also known for its great surf conditions-…
Wategos Beach has a great little coffee and food cart if you are looking for a nice sunrise spot and a light brekkie. Equally this is a great spot for a bbq. Take your snags, salad and beers and enjoy an arvo barbie.
“Nestled in the corner of the Bay between Main Beach and The Pass, an easy walk from Bayview, is Clarkes Beach. An extension of Main Beach, Clarkes Beach is another beautiful spot that may offer some escape from the crowds. At high tide, it offers great swimming without any big waves to battle and low tide often creates a great lagoon for lazing. There are a few rocks around, so watch your feet when walking.”
“Free the funk and get salty. Bring tog, logs, snorkel or surfcraft of your choice. Fridays 7am The Pass onewaveisallittakes.com”
“A great spot to hang at sunset with live musicians and buskers setting up free performances. Also some really good surf to be had off the shipwreck. Main beach offers a really nice long walk towards The Pass which is a great wave for learning to surf.”
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“Tallow beach is located approximately 3km from Byron’s town centre in the Arakwal National Park. It is a beautiful sandy beach with opportunities for whale watching, bird watching, beach fishing, sunbaking and swimming. The beach is unpatrolled and can have strong rips so recommended for experienced surfers only.”