The pristine waters, long stretch of beach, and picnic areas of Boambee give you options for a fun day with family, friends, and your dog.

Boambee runs along the coast from the mouth of Boambee Creek to Corambirra Point at Coffs Harbour Southern Breakwall and is nestled between Toormina and Sawtell, at the entry to the Coffs Coast.

Boambee Creek meets the ocean at the southern end of Boambee. From here stroll around Boambee Headland Lookout for spectacular views up and down the coast. A short trail from the lookout leads to the railway bridge, where the creek offers clear waters and sandy inlets for swimming and relaxing.

The Boambee Creek Reserve is a lovely picnic spot catering for families with shallow waters, a children’s playground, and an excellent café. Hire a picnic shelter and have a BBQ, your dog is welcome on-leash.

Grab a kayak or stand-up paddleboard and explore the diverse, ecological wetlands around the reserve. There’s plenty of wildlife to spot up high with Ospreys swooping on the river or koalas nestled in the trees.

Boambee Beach is wildly popular with surfers and has numerous surf breaks. Likewise, Gallows Beach on Corambirra Point is a fave with locals. This stretch of coastline is also a favorite beach-fishing spot for tailor, bream, mulloway, and whiting.

Boambee Beach is a 4WD and dog-friendly stretch of coastline, dogs are permissible off-leash. Tread lightly when you visit this stunning coastal ecosystem.

Boambee Creek
Boambee Creek
Surfer on Boambee Beach
Catch a wave at Boambee Beach
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