Access to the beach is down a short flight of stairs from the car park, and there is car access too if you want to launch a boat.
This ease of access is pretty good compared to nearby beaches; the two to the south of Spooky Beach involve parking at the top of hills and walking down through the bush. The Blue Pools and their small sandy beach are accessible though, and can be found further up The Crescent (the road you turn off for Spooky Beach).
Clearly, Spooky Beach is great for families, though others may also find reasons to check it out; the surf was pretty flat when I visited (and I don't know enough about it to tell whether that was normal or not) but the beach is part of a one of Australia's first surfing reserves.
It may be small but there's lots of fun to be had at Spooky Beach
Being located right in front of the town, Spooky Beach is within walking distance of a lot of Angourie and is right by the only shops you'll find here, where you can get souvenirs and something to eat.