On the South Coast of NSW
You'll Find Camel Rock Beach at Wallaga Lake near Bermagui Australia
The first place to visit Wallaga Lake is Camel Rock Beach.
Where is Camel Rock Beach
You look for the sign to turn off Wallaga Lake Road to Camel Rock Surf Beach. From the car park you can walk to the beach.
The Drive from Narooma
On the drive from Narooma to Bermagui. You can take the Bermagui Road which turns onto Wallaga Lake Road.
Then, you cross over a one-lane bridge with the water from Lake Wallaga on either side of you.
I wasn't expecting to find myself driving on a road with water on either side of me.
You will find a few of these one-lane bridges in this area. If there is a vehicle coming over the bridge, you wait until they have crossed over it.
And, you will cross over lakes and creeks as they exit the bays and ocean.
By staying in Wallaga Lake, you can visit Camel Rock Beach at different times of the day.
This means you can capture photography in various light conditions. That is, sunset, the hour before sunset, sunrise, blue hour, and at night.
Also, it means you can capture different weather scenarios. Like the dark rain clouds rolling in towards the coast.
I loved being there.
You can stand by the rocks, When the tide is out, you can see these geological structures.
It's a place where you can photograph the seascape and rocks.
And, you'll feel a sense of the idea of being there.
Where is Camel Rock Beach in New South Wales?
You'll find the location of Camel Rock Beach on the below map.
Camel Rock Beach
The first time I went to Camel Rock, the tide was in more. So, I only walked up close to it.
On a subsequent visit, the tide was out. So, when the tide is low, you can walk around the rock further along the beach.
You can imagine my surprise when I realized there looked to be more than one big rock.
On one of the drives to the car park. An echidna was walking out of the shrubs onto the dirt road. I stopped. Then, it dashed back into the bushes.
Camel Rock Surf Beach
You can experience the Beach from wherever you are. Take some time for yourself. Stop and watch!
Sun shining on Camel Rock
There I was, standing on the viewing platform. Which is near the car park amongst the bushes.
One minute I'm looking at the Camel Rock. All of a sudden, the sun comes out.
And, it shines a small patch on the back top of Camel Rock.
It only lasted for a few seconds. Then, it was gone again.
Do you like to watch sunsets at the beach?
Get up close to Camel Rock
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Camel Rock Beach
Are you looking for a beach? Where you can spend some time along the south coast of New South Wales.
Walk in the sand. Photograph the rocks. Listen to the waves crash onto the shore.
Lookout at the ocean. Where it seems to never stop.