Sunday, 12 January 2014

Myrtle Beach (an unofficial clothing optional beach) January 17 2013

Myrtle Beach is in Murramarang National Park, north of Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast. It's an "unofficial" clothing-optional beach, also enjoyed by families, a few daytrippers and campers from the national park. There's not very often many people there - mainly because it's a bit of a walk to get there from the car park, and there are no facilities.

The day we visited was glorious as the photos show.














6 comments:

Graeme said...

Is there still a big tree in the middle of the car park? I first noticed it when I backed the Holden into it.

It was 100% clothing free the day I was there circa 2000. I had the beach to myself!

Sally said...

Can't remember Graeme...probably!

Xam Tambs said...

It looks peaceful and pretty. But does your title mean it can be a nudist beach?

http://palamutishop.com

Sally said...

Yes, that's exactly what it means. You can bathe nude at any Eurobodalla beaches, unless you cause offence...and that can only be tested when it's tested! That's according to a council officer, anyway.

Anonymous said...

Great spot so relaxing wen i go there i do only wear a gstring

Anonymous said...

we used to camp on this beach back in the 60's - 70's - when you could drive all the way down on to the beach - there was never anyone else there, we had the whole beach to ourselves - I will have to see if I can find some photos!