Camel Rock Surf Beach
A Sapphire Coast icon, Camel Rock is famous for its surfing, earth history and opportunities for photographers.
Camel Rock is among the oldest rocks in NSW. It was created by undersea avalanches which rumbled down continental slopes of Gondwana around 450 million years ago. Facilities at Camel Rock Surf Beach include a viewing platform, picnic table and toilets. There is also a short walk north to Murunna Point via Horsehead Rock, and nearby Camel Rock Brewery & Cafe offers locally crafted beer and American style menu.
Further north is another remarkable piece of earth history, Horse Head Rock, which can be viewed along the walking track from Camel Rock to Murunna Point. Beach access is dangerous, especially at mid to high tide.
Camel Rock is patrolled in summer and pets can enjoy free time in some areas.
The turnoff is 9 kilometres north of Bermagui on Wallaga Lake Road. There is a viewing platform overlooking the beach and a short path will take you through the sand dunes to the beach.