Exploring Surf South Beach
As a local in Mallacoota, I've visited Surf South Beach many times, but each time, I'm still amazed by its natural beauty. To get there, it's an easy 300-meter walk along the beach to the south from the Betka River Mouth car park.
Surf South Beach is a 400-meter long sandy beach that is dotted with numerous rocks and remnants of bluffs. The steep 20-meter-high bluffs along the southern half of the beach provide a dramatic backdrop that makes it feel like a hidden paradise. The crystal-clear water and white clouds in the distance make it a picture-perfect destination.
One of my favourite spots at Surf South Beach is the Mermaid Pool, a small rock pool with small waves breaking into it. It's like having your own private swimming pool, and it's a great spot to relax and take in the stunning surroundings. To get to the Mermaid Pool, you need to wade around the rocks at the end of the beach, but it's well worth it. There's a small pebbly beach and a path behind it that leads to the Mermaid Pool.
I also love taking my drone to Surf South Beach to capture the stunning scenery and create beautiful videos. It's a great place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy the peace and quiet of the secluded beach.
Overall, Surf South Beach is a hidden gem on the Australian coastline that I highly recommend visiting. It's a great destination for anyone looking for a quiet, secluded, and stunning beach experience.