Brunswick Heads Main Beach - Brunswick Heads



General Information

If your family loves beach walking then this wide and flat sandy beach will suit you perfectly. It’s also dog-friendly along the 400 metres extending south from just beyond Brunswick Heads Surf Club to the boundary of Tyagarah Nature Reserve. You can check-out the off-leash zone map by clicking here.

Brunswick Heads Main Beach is equally popular with visitors who come here not just to walk but to surf or swim or fish. Bruns Bar, as it’s affectionately known to the locals is a favourite surfing spot, especially when there’s an east nor-east swell with sou-west winds.

In summer it’s patrolled by the Brunswick Heads Surf Lifesaving Club at the dates and times specified in the lifeguard services guide. There is a wide track designed for wheelchair access and anybody physically disabled can hire free of charge from this location a sand-cruiser beach wheelchair from the nearby Brunswick Heads Community Centre located next to the tennis courts which are across the road from the Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC).

Showers are located at a number of beach entrances and the nearest amenities block is directly in front of the tennis courts opposite the beach entrance where the surf lifesaving tower and SLSC are located. You’ll find plenty of places to park along this road, near each of which an opening in the grassy dunes leads down to the beach. Between these parking spots and the dunes is a nature strip interspersed with park benches and picnic tables under shady trees.