Severs Beach

Severs Beach is a small beach nestled in a gentle bend of the Pambula River, with a large tidal flat and deep water swimming.

The beach is a 500 metre walk from the carpark, but you can also land a kayak here, an adventure best timed for the turn of the tide.

The foreshore contains Aboriginal shellfish middens that date back 3500 years and are made from estuarine shellfish such as oysters, along with fish and even whale bones. So it’s a great spot to fish, and has been for thousands of years! Work is ongoing to protect these middens and the foreshore so please be sure to stay to the path and respect the cultural value of this special area.

Severs Beach is unpatrolled, and there are no amenities.


Take the Princes Highway 8km north of Eden, or 10km south of Pambula in Ben Boyd National Park. Turn onto Haycock Road, and follow it to for 5km to Severs Beach Access Road.

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