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Beach Road picnic area

Seven Mile Beach National Park

Overview

Beach Road picnic area has everything you need for a relaxing day at the beach. Enjoy swimming or surfing, take a walk whilst birdwatching in the forest near Gerroa.

Type
Picnic areas
Where
Seven Mile Beach National Park
Accessibility
Easy
Price
Free
Opening times

In summer, Gerroa picnic area is open from 6am until 8pm everyday closed overnight. In winter, the picnic area is open 6am to 6pm.

Please note
Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch.

Set among shady bangalay trees and only moments from the beach, Beach Road picnic area has everything you need for your next family outing or group picnic.

Spread out a blanket on the grass or set up your feast on the picnic tables or large sheltered area. Then head down to the beach to kick a ball with the kids or set up for a game of beach volleyball. Try your luck fishing from the beach, then throw your catch on the barbecue for lunch.

Wander through tall forests on the Sand track walk (south) or Sand track walk (north) and catch glimpses of rainbow lorikeets and rosellas dotted throughout the trees. Keep your eyes out for the gliders found in this area. And for those who want to laze about, sit back and enjoy the views of the sweeping beach from the viewing platform, a short stroll from the picnic area. And for those who want to laze about, sit back and enjoy the views of the sweeping beach from the viewing platform, a short stroll from the picnic area.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Tours and events at this location

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Edward River canoe and kayak trail, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: David Finnegan.

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Mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus). Photo: Cate Aitken
Beach Road Picnic Area, Seven Mile Beach National Park. Photo: Dina Bullivant/NSW Government