Castle Rock Beach, NSW
CASTLE ROCK IS MARKED BY THE ENORMOUS
ROCK THAT SITS IN THE MIDDLE
of the beach
Castle Rock Beach is a tiny little beach around the corner from the more well known Clontarf.
To access, you will need to find a park on Ogilvy Rd or Duke of Edinburgh Parade, and take a short walk (via many stairs). Marked by the enormous rock that sits in the middle of this beach, Castle Rock is quite popular with the locals. When the sun shines, this beach puts on the most beautiful display of all shades of blue and green colours, beckoning you to jump right into the water.
There are, however, no facilities here and this wee-sized beach can get a little crowded.
Great for snorkelling
KEEP IN MIND
Access is via many stairs
It's a tiny beach and can be very crowded during warmer months
There is no description for this cafe yet.
I FORGOT MY SURFBOARD WAX!
Don't worry, the Beach Without Sand shop has you covered! They're open from 9-5pm everyday.
Free street parking