Boambee Beach

The Boambee Beach Experience

Boambee Beach is a popular spot for dog walkers, horse riders, joggers, 4-wheel drivers, and beach fishers. The beach features the Bream Hole along the northern rocks, various gutters, and the deep Boambee Creek at the southern end. Additionally, the nearby Boambee Creek Reserve is a great spot for families with young children to swim.

You can walk your dog off leash along the entire length of Boambee Beach. See details of the area in the map.

Surf safety is important to keep in mind when visiting Boambee Beach. The beach is not patrolled by lifeguards, so it is important to check for patrolled beaches nearby. Rescue tubes are available in storage boxes on the beach for emergency use.

It is important to be aware of the tidal creek that meets Boambee Beach at its southern end. The currents in Boambee Creek can be strong, and we recommend not swimming, using surf craft, or flotation devices, and taking extra caution when wading across the creek mouth during outgoing tides. For more information on nearby attractions and places to eat, visit the Coffs Coast tourism website.

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