Cave Beach is on the southern side of Booderee National Park. There is often good surf particularly in a Northeast wind and South or Southeast swell. The nearby campground attracts keen surfers and families who like the choice of the various surf and bay beaches that Booderee National Park offers. It is also a fantastic spot to see native Australian wildlife.
With easy access to Cave Beach, a beautiful surfing spot, and in walking distant of Sussex Inlet and other picturesque locations, there’s no better place for small groups or couples to spend the night.
Also in walking distance is Bherwherre Beach, another good surfing spot which is great for a swim too. It’s also a prime location to spot some of our rarer seabirds. Ryans Swamp attracts many waterbirds such as swamp hens, egrets and ducks, and is also home to numerous frogs, snakes and turtles.