Take in the fresh ocean air on one of our beautiful white sandy beaches.

Granny’s Beach

Family friendly beach with an outdoor shower, good for swimming and snorkeling. There is a great grassed shaded area with a playground for the kids and an onsite coffee van The Green Beanie.

Northshore Beach

Perfect for surfing, with a grassed area and a playground for the kids.

Nun’s Pool

Nun’s Pool is fantastic for snorkeling, it’s a sheltered pool surrounded by reef.

Seaspray Beach

This beach has shower and toilet facilities, with an onsite café Seaspray Beach Café, which is open for breakfast & lunch.

South Beach

Family friendly beach for surfing, sandboarding or kite surfing, paddle boarding or wind surfing. November to March provides the best wind conditions for the windsurfing and kite boarding enthusiasts. You can drive your car along the beach, ensure your car is suited to the beach tracks. Beautiful white sand dunes are parallel to the coastline of South Beach. There is a café on site- Starfish Café, with toilet and shower facilities.

Port Denison also welcomes visitors with free overnight mooring available in the Marina. Located at the Recreation Jetty opposite the Sea Rescue Building.

Please contact the Shire on 9927 0000 or [email protected] for any further queries.

Fuel, water and toilets are located at the Marina and any services or maintenance requirements can be sought from local businesses.

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