A long sliver of wild beach, between Wallis Lake and the Pacific Ocean

Seven Mile Beach is a long stretch of remote beach so even in the height of summer you are guaranteed a quiet patch of sand. It backs onto Booti Booti National Park.

The beach stretches south from Cape Hawke and Janies Corner at Forster down to Tiona and The Ruins Campground at Pacific Palms.

At the northern tip of Seven Mile Beach you'll find a rough dirt track which takes you out to secluded Janies Corner, a good spot for fishing and surfing. At the southern end of Seven Mile Beach you'll also find Bulls Paddock, a right hand point break which on a good day will bring a lot of surfers just to catch it.

This beach is not patrolled.

What did others have to say?

Rob Romer

a week ago


Ravin Dimantha

3 months ago

Rough seas but at night you can enjoy the stars in pitch black

Luna Tang

a month ago


Sarah Joshi

8 months ago

Best beach in the area. Absolute paradise and some of the clearest water I’ve ever seen. We even saw a pod of dolphins

Ethan Rj

9 months ago

nice , good beach walk