Set in the Long Bay Regional Park this popular, but never crowded beach, offers safe swimming, forest walks and scenic ... More
Long Bay Beach
Set in the Long Bay Regional Park this popular, but never crowded beach, offers safe swimming, forest walks and scenic cliffs. A full array of facilities includes picnic tables, barbecues, toilets and changing rooms. There is a small playground, a flying fox and a miniature train. Large groups may reserve picnic and barbecue areas by telephoning the Parksline number listed above. There is also a kiosk for snacks during the summer and Long Bay Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily (bookings recommended).
Long Bay Beach is only 20 mins away from central Auks, and is a fantastic spot for family picnics!
(the only downside-no pets allowed)
Plenty of lovely grassy areas to picnic and play - bring your footy or cricket set - and complimented by a gorgeous beach :)
Clean facilities, bbq's and a playground too!
I would definately recommend this spot for a great day out....
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