It is much wider than any other dog beach we have been to, with plenty of room for the dogs to run and run. We met very few other dog walkers, so it's perfect for your timid dog that stresses at the other more popular, busy dog beaches.
This spot is a historic site and the monument near the car park explains that in 1658 Samuel Volkersen mapped the coastline whilst searching for survivors of the wrecked ship Vergulde Draeck. Everyday is a school day.
There is a reasonable size car park and a short walk will bring you to a few basic but ample amenities. There is a BBQ, toilets, covered picnic tables and chairs, a shower, water fountain and small playground. It's perfect for summer and winter visits and school holiday fun.