Overview

After a day of surfing heavy reef breaks, Redgate offers a nice easy beach break set among beautiful coastal dunes and ancient granite boulders. It can be great for beginners in the right conditions, but beware of rips. It likes a swell from the south to south-west with easterly wind, but its location offers some protection, so it's worth a look when all else fails.

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For the bird enthusiasts!

Australasian Gannet, Eastern Reef Egret, Osprey and Hooded Plover are all worth looking for. In the vegetation near the beach, you can also look for Rock Parrot, Little Eagle, Australian Hobby and Nankeen Kestrel.

Google Reviews

02
Jul
2019
Dawn bond
5.0
Amazing place no swimming to much danger but amazing place to take photo
10
Jun
2019
kingsley l
5.0
This is an amazing beach with huge waves crashing on the rocks. Also seemed popular with the surfers.
09
Jan
2019
CG Chen
5.0
Great surfing beach. Can be windy though. We out of towners definitely needed wetsuits to stay warm. Be careful as it is unguarded and the shallow sea floor gradation can be deceptively inviting.
09
Jan
2019
Ryan Michael
4.0
A beautiful beach for surfers, beach goers alike. We went there to join the cape to cape trail. It was nice clean beach with beautiful clear waters. And it had a surf school in the car park.
21
Jan
2019
Louis Gale
5.0
An absolutely amazing beach where you can witness the full power of the southern coast. Best to visit in the morning, as with most beaches in the area, but even in the evening you can see some powerful swell bashing against the rocks and spraying high into the air. Of course this can also be a downside if you are looking to swim here as at times there are some very strong currents and warnings everywhere will remind you of the dangers of this. Basically pick your times to swim correctly and it is a really nice beach. It is also a fantastic place to go rock hopping if you are into that and get some nice photos in front of the waves.