Photo of Aragunnu Beach with bright sand surface © Kim m Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with blue pure water surface © Kim m Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with spacious shore © Michael Boyer (The Hazy Squid) Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with very clean level of cleanliness © Michael Boyer (The Hazy Squid) Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach wild area © Laurie Bailey Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach located in natural area © Julian Mizzi Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with bright sand surface © Kim m Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with blue pure water surface © Kim m Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with spacious shore © Michael Boyer (The Hazy Squid) Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach with very clean level of cleanliness © Michael Boyer (The Hazy Squid) Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach wild area © Laurie Bailey Google
Photo of Aragunnu Beach located in natural area © Julian Mizzi Google

Aragunnu Beach

Tanja, Australia
Located outside the settlement
Bunga Pinch Road 2.5 km
Map of beach
National Park Mimosa Rock
830m
National Park Mimosa Rocks National Park
9.1km

About

Aragunnu Beach is located on the Tasman Sea and it is in the 33th place out of 40 beaches in the Bega Valley Shire region The beach is located in a natural place, among the mountains.

It is a spacious coastline with crystal blue water and bright sand, so you don't need special shoes. The sharpness of entering the water is quite normal. This beach is suitable for different categories of people, lonely travellers, relaxation getaway lovers etc. It is not crowded place during the season. There is a campsite located nearby.

Aragunnu Beach coast is free for all. It has no amenities, only nature. .

In addition to swimming and sunbathing, you can also take part in other activities. There are also some surf spots.

Getting to the beach is quite simple: just take a short walk along the trail. Parking is located at some distance, within 300 meters.

2 more beaches are also available within a 5 km radius. The best one is Picnic Beach, which has a rating of 7.7.

Aragunnu Beach (Bega Valley Shire) is located outside the Bunga Pinch Road settlement, which may cause some difficulties for travelers who stay far from the coast. However, the remoteness from the village is not always a bad thing. Lovers of quiet rest know, the farther the beach, the fewer crowds.

The beach stretches on the sunny coast and the easiest way to get to the beach is by car or bike. If you don't have this option, then the second best solution is to use the taxi, which can drive you directly to the beach. The only problem, if your stay is far away it can be quite expensive. There is also a possibility of use of public transport, but in this case you need to check the correct route to the Aragunnu Beach with the locals. Take into account that the bus stop is usually in some distance., but accessing the beach requires traversing some distance on foot. While driving or cycling are the most convenient options for reaching the start point of trail, these methods may not be feasible for everyone. Alternatively, a taxi can be used to drive directly to the location. Public transportation is another option, but it's important to confirm the correct route with locals beforehand as the bus stop may be located at some distance.

Weather

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+15 o C +11 o C
Air temperature
8.9 M/S
Wind
+15 o C
Water temperature
2.3 M
Wave height

Bunga Pinch Road, New South Wales, Bega Valley Shire

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Located outside the settlement
Bunga Pinch Road 2.5 km
Map of beach
National Park Mimosa Rock
830m
National Park Mimosa Rocks National Park
9.1km
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Area

Average rating of nearest beaches is 7.7 (Very good)

Aragunnu Beach (Bega Valley Shire) is located outside the Bunga Pinch Road settlement, which may cause some difficulties for travelers who stay far from the coast. However, the remoteness from the village is not always a bad thing. Lovers of quiet rest know, the farther the beach, the fewer crowds.

The beach stretches on the sunny coast and the easiest way to get to the beach is by car or bike. If you don't have this option, then the second best solution is to use the taxi, which can drive you directly to the beach. The only problem, if your stay is far away it can be quite expensive. There is also a possibility of use of public transport, but in this case you need to check the correct route to the Aragunnu Beach with the locals. Take into account that the bus stop is usually in some distance., but accessing the beach requires traversing some distance on foot. While driving or cycling are the most convenient options for reaching the start point of trail, these methods may not be feasible for everyone. Alternatively, a taxi can be used to drive directly to the location. Public transportation is another option, but it's important to confirm the correct route with locals beforehand as the bus stop may be located at some distance.

What to do in Aragunnu Beach? Are there any attractions or entertainments in region?

For those who wish to engage in something more extreme than a lazy holiday on the beach, it is worth noting that Aragunnu Beach is excellent for surfing. This kind of activity is suitable for beginners and for professionals. The waves in this region you can see in the photos above or study the reviews by our users. And by the way, on the beach you can take surfing coaches!

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Nearest Beaches

Picnic Beach
3.3km
Picnic Beach
7.7 Very good
Bunga Beach South
3.4km
Bunga Beach South
7.5 Very good
Bunga Beach
5.2km
Bunga Beach
7.5 Very good
Middle Beach
7km
Middle Beach
8.1 Very good
Armands Beach
8.7km
Armands Beach
7.4 Good
Gillards Beach
9.1km
Gillards Beach
8.3 Very good
Barragga Bay Beach
9.7km
Barragga Bay Beach
7.5 Very good
Cuttagee Beach
10.7km
Cuttagee Beach
7.7 Very good

Localities

Bunga Pinch Road  •  2.5km

Transport

MIM  •  37.9km
Tathra Rd before Blackfellows Lake Rd  •  19km
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Fredrick S.
User status Novice Beachgoer
10 Exceptional

The beach is absolutely stunning, with breathtaking untouched nature surrounding it. There is a campground available for those who want to stay overnight. The road to get there is a gravel road, which is quite steep and not recommended for caravans. However, it's not too difficult to navigate (although I haven't tried it after heavy rain). It's located about 15 minutes away from the Tathra Bermagui road, making it a worthwhile destination for a short 15-minute visit or a full day trip.

5 months ago
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Alex
User status Novice Beachgoer
10 Exceptional

I visited this beach in October 2020 and it instantly captured my heart. During my time here, I had the most incredible experience of witnessing a humpback whale breaching for a continuous 30 minutes. It was truly unforgettable. I highly recommend visiting this area in October as it is when the whales migrate back north from Antarctica with their calves. The proximity of the coastline makes it easy to spot these magnificent creatures, especially the playful calves.

5 months ago
LR
Lila Rivers
User status Novice Beachgoer
10 Exceptional

Wow, this place is absolutely stunning. It's so peaceful and breathtaking.

5 months ago
Uu
Unknown user
0

The beach is absolutely stunning, with breathtaking untouched nature surrounding it. There is a campground available for those who want to stay overnight. The road to get there is a gravel road, which is quite steep and not recommended for caravans. However, it's not too difficult to navigate (although I haven't tried it after heavy rain). It's located about 15 minutes away from the Tathra Bermagui road, making it a worthwhile destination for a short 15-minute visit or a full day trip.

5 months ago