Clovelly Beach is a small and tranquil beach located at the end of a narrow bay. The beach is popular with families and snorkellers. Concrete platforms and promenades have been constructed on both sides of the bay which are popular sun-baking spots. There are access steps into the water, making Clovelly Beach more like a large ocean pool than a beach. The beach is a very popular snorkelling site with a diverse range of underwater marine life. The beach is home to a large local Blue Groper nicknamed “Bluey”. The lowest platform on the southern side of the beach contains a 25 x 6 metre saltwater pool. A ramp on the northern side of the beach provides disabled access to the water for people. Free onstreet car parking is available around the beach and there is a large free car park on the southern side of the beach. The Seasalt Cafe is located at the beach and there are public toilets and change facilities. The Clovelly Surf Life Saving Club is located on the southern side.
There is a ramp down to the beach, it is pretty steep, but it is glorious.
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