Pambula Beach is one of the Sapphire Coast’s most accessible beaches and is ideal for walking and beach combing.
The Surf Life Saving Club patrols this beach in the summer months , with the Pambula Beach Surf Club nestled just behind the dunes. The surf club has two beach wheelchairs, and The Same Wave program that offers surf and beach activities for people with special needs.
Walk along the beach all the way to Merimbula, it’s around five kilometres, or take a shorter stroll and explore the headland walking track between the beach and Pambula River Mouth and the rock pools at low tide.
Pambula Beach is famous for its resident kangaroos, they are often seen on the beach and in the surrounding streets.
For off-leash, dog-friendly beach head to nearby Lions Park and beach.
Pambula Beach is an Urban Location area within the local government area of Bega Valley in New South Wales, it is located approximately 361kms from the capital Sydney and extends over an area of 6.325 square kilometres. Pambula Beach has a recorded population of 654 residents and is within the Australian Eastern Daylight Time zone Australia/Sydney.
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