This was my second visit to this beach and my first with my children. The walk is quite strenuous but not difficult; however you need to make sure you have suitable shoes, a hat, sunscreen and take lots of water. We saw many people attempting this track with thongs or ladies struggling up the track wearing sandals with small heels- not a good idea. If continuing from the lookout to the beach, I'd recommend taking plenty of snacks as well. By the time we arrived at the beach we were very glad to sit down and eat and drink and take in the scenery. On the day we visited there were a few people swimming, but it's not a patrolled beach and the waves were quite large. We were happy to play in the waves and enjoy the beach. But plenty of people had come prepared with bathers and towels and were there for the day, which was great to see. The views are beautiful. There were two dolphins swimming in the water in front of us and we had a small wallaby sitting next to us on the beach too. It was lovely to sit and watch the wallaby hop around us- we just let it be and watched it. It is a remarkable beach- well worth the trek in.
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