Pambula River Mouth

Nestled on the inside of Pambula Beach’s southern headland, Pambula River Mouth is beautifully sheltered from wind and swell coming from the south. Oddly for a beach with southerly protection, the river mouth works best with a northerly swell, as it refracts off the headland to form a ride-able wave.

The area has ideal nooks and beaches to spend safe time with the kids.

The view picks up none other than the northern end of the spectacular Ben Boyd National Park. A medium difficulty walk connects the river mouth with Lions Park beach and then Pambula main beach to the north.

There are two parks reserved for people with a disability, a level pathway to accessible toilets, outdoor shower and to the grassy foreshore where there is a children’s playground with nest swing.

Pambula River Mouth is not patrolled. For a patrolled beach visit nearby Pambula Beach, and for a dog-friendly, off-leash area Lions Park and beach.


From Pambula Village, take Pambula Beach Road, then right to Coraki Drive. Parking is available at the end of the road, but is limited.

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