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Published January 11th 2012
Pebbly Beach is located on NSW south coast between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay. It is part of Murramarang National park.

Pebbly Beach is best known for its kangaroos and other native animals such as lizards and colourful birds.

The kangaroos graze freely and are happy to be patted and photographed.

Please remember human food is not the kangaroos' natural diet, so please avoid feeding them, no matter how cute or hungry they look.

The beach is surrounded by hills and dunes and extensive grassy areas, which are suitable for picnics. There are also BBQ facilities as well as toilets.

The beach itself has small waves and is suitable for swimming, surfing and fishing. Dolphins are often seen close to the shore and during whale season humpback whales can be seen as they migrate north along the New South Wales coast.

Holiday cabins are located on the north and south side of the beach. There are nine cabins and each accommodates 4-6 people.

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Why? Feed kangaroos in the wild
When: All year round
Where: Pebbly Beach Road, Pebbly Beach NSW
Cost: Free
Your Comment
Wow, sounds wonderful. How long does it take to get there from Sydney? And is it called Pebbly Beach for a reason. It looks superb. Not over used. Also is it in a town area or more isolated so you need to take supplies with you?
by Jody Kimber (score: 2|894) 3288 days ago
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