Sorrento’s scenic ocean beach is known for its wonderful rock pools and rock ledges which can be explored at low tide. The beach can be accessed from a staircase or ramp and there is plenty of parking although this can get busy at peak times. The beach is popular for surfing, diving, fishing and exploring the rockpools.
There is no need to leave the beach when you get hungry or thirsty as there is a café overlooking the beach offering you amazing views while you sip on a coffee. From the beach you can take the scenic three kilometre Coppins walking track which offers lookouts and markers detailing the area's history, or walk 1.5 kilometres to the shopping strip.
This wide sandy beach is wild and rough and is patrolled by Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club at busy times of the year. You should swim between the flags and watch the rips and rocks at low tide.
Dogs are not permitted on this beach.
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