Red Rock is named for its beautiful red rock formations. The area is about 40 km north of Coffs Harbour and is the northernmost beach in the Local Government Area.
The beach is patrolled by our Lifeguards in the peak of the summer holidays. The local Surf Life Saving Club also patrols.
The tranquil estuary reserve offers shady picnic areas, a playground, and access to the water for swimming and fishing. Explore Red Rock Island at low tide or take in the sensational views up and down the river by SUP, kayak or boat.
Red Rock is the starting point for the Solitary Islands Coastal Walk. Plan ahead for a day hike or camp overnight at one of the many villages along the way.
For a bite to eat visit the nearby Red Rock shop for great food with a view.