Wharf Road Coastal Zone Management Plan


Looking for a patrolled beach?

Eurobodalla Shire has 83 beaches and a spectacular marine park coastline. You’ll see the red and yellow flags and life guarding patrols on 8 of our most popular beaches every day during the main holiday period:

Remember: No flags = no swim

Always swim at patrolled beaches and stay between the red and yellow flags.

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Staying safe in the surf

  • If you witness a water emergency outside patrolled locations, phone 000 and ask for Police.
  • Rips can be difficult to see. Take time to check the rhythm and movement of the sea before entering the surf.  Learn how to identify a rip. Your local Surf Lifesaving club can help.
  • Calm bays and protected beaches are the safest places to enjoy swimming and snorkeling.
  • Avoid swimming or surfing in rough seas, and never go into the water when safety warnings or beach closures are in force.
  • Board riders, please keep your boards away from flagged areas, for your own and others’ safety.
  • Always wear a life jacket when boating, kayaking or fishing. Sea and surf conditions can change quickly, and you might not have time to put on a life jacket when you suddenly need it.
  • Your local Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) and Beach Safe are great sources of beach safety information

Beach recreation

Surf skills for juniors

Nippers and Participation Pathways – Surf Life Saving Clubs teach valuable surf skills to all ages starting from 5 years old. Contact your local club to sign up.

Accessible beach programs and activities

Special Nippers provides a safe beach experience to children and adolescents with disability. Bookings are essential. Contact Moruya SLSC  for more information.

Beach wheelchairs are available free of charge at beaches across the Shire.  To arrange access contact the following organisations:

Beach accessible wheelchairs

Surf Lifesavers