Pelican Point Beach

Pelican Point Beach, North Shore NSW 2444

Pelican Point Beach is on the North Shore, the northern entrance wall for the Hastings River mouth at Port Macquarie.

The beach can be accessed by car at Queens Head where a car park and picnic area, with the head providing an excellent view south along the beach.

A gravel mining road used to run south to Pelican Point when sand mining was in operation, but since it ceased in the 1980s has fallen into disrepair and a 4WD is required to negotiate the now rough track, with the beach being a more popular choice.

The southern end including the isolated North Shore subdivision can be reached on a sealed road from the Settlement Point Ferry. An alternative and route to Crescent Head is via the gravel Maria River road.

Pelican Point Beach is an unpatrolled beach.

Visit Beachsafe Pelican Point Beach North Shore for more information on beach safety, current conditions and local information.

Key Features

  • Patrolled = No
  • 4WD = Yes
  • Dogs = Yes
  • Surfing = Yes
  • Walking Track = No
  • Fishing = Yes
  • Picnic Area = No
  • BBQ = No
  • Playground = /no
  • Cafe / Kiosk = No
  • Parking = Yes
  • Toilets = No
  • Disabled Toilets = No

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