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Directory Beaches articles
Burgess Beach is a small quiet beach accessed by a steep path which runs off Burgess Road, Forster.
Hawks Nest famous Bennetts Beach is the most popular beach in the Myall River precinct of the Barrington Coast
An important part of Forster's history is now a popular swimming spot for locals and visitors
Seal Rocks is a quintessential Barrington Coast village surrounded by the greens of Myall Lakes National Park and blues of the Pacific Ocean.
Cellito Beach, also known as Sandbar, is a great surf beach, just south of Pacific Palms.
Seal Rocks beaches are some of the most popular on the Barrington Coast and for good reason!
One Mile Beach
One Mile Beach is a large patrolled beach in Forster with a sand dune on the northern end.
A small beach cove in Booti Booti National Park accessed via a steep walking track