Diggers Beach is a gently curved, unspoiled beach on the Coffs Coast. Thanks to its consistent beach breaks in the north and sheltered southern end perfect for swimming, Diggers beach is the best of both worlds for both locals and tourists.
Framed by two rocky headlands – Diggers Head and Macauleys Headland – Diggers Beach is wide, sheltered and often wind-free making it popular for swimming, surfing and fishing.
The southern end of Diggers Beach is safest for swimming, due to its smaller waves and seasonal lifesaving patrol. The protected north end of the beach offers great protection from the north-eastly winds which makes Diggers a great spot to learn how to surf.
Grab a bite to eat from Frothers Coffee Van or make use of the barbecue facilities and sheltered tables and share a picnic with the family.