Elizabeth Beach is part of Booti Booti National Park in Pacific Palms. North-facing means this beach is often calm making it a great family beach. The beach has a beautiful aspect looking towards Cape Hawke and Seven Mile Beach.

Visit in summer to make the most of this beautiful beach, where you can swim, surf or snorkel. In winter, whales can be glimpsed migrating off the coast – so don’t forget the binoculars. All time of year is great for a bit of adventure, with the Booti Hill Lakeside walking track threading right past.

There is a picnic area just a short stroll from the beach, making it a perfect place for a leisurely barbecue by the sea. Bring a packed lunch or check out the nearby cafes for coffee and delicious fresh food.

Elizabeth Beach is the only beach in the Pacific Palms precinct which is patrolled in summer.

Elizabeth Beach is located within Booti Booti National Park which prohibits dogs and pets.

Elizabeth Beach captured by Catherine Boyd.
Elizabeth Beach captured by Catherine Boyd.