A popular spot for dog walkers, horse trainers, joggers, 4-wheel drivers and beach fishers, with the Bream Hole against the northern rocks, numerous gutters along the beach, and the deep Boambee Creek at the southern end.
Boambee Creek Reserve, at the southern end of Boambee beach, (access via Sawtell Road), is a popular area for locals with younger children. The reserve offers shallow water for smaller children and playground facilities. See our Coffs Coast tourism website for more nearby attractions and places to eat
Beware of tidal creek
Boambee Creek is a tidal creek that meets Boambee Beach at its southern end. The tidal currents can be very strong. We recommend that people not swim, use surf craft or flotation devices and take extreme care if wading across the creek mouth where it meets the sea during outgoing tides.
See more of our top tips on water safety
This beach is not patrolled by Lifeguards. Find a list of our patrolled beaches
Rescue tubes are kept in storage boxes at Boambee Beach. Find out more about rescue tubes and how to use them
Dogs allowed off leash
You can walk your dog off leash along the entire length of Boambee Beach. See details of the area in the map below.
Map of dog off leash area Boambee Beach(PDF, 250KB)
See a list of our dog-friendly beaches
You are allowed to drive on Boambee Beach. See details in the map below and find out what you need to know when driving on our beaches
Vehicle Access Map Boambee Beach(PDF, 268KB)
Boambee Beach, Boambee 2450 View Map