Beautiful Macmasters Beach is at the southern-eastern end of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia on the Bouddi Peninsula. It is part of the City of Gosford and was named after Alan MacMaster who held land in this area. The beach is one kilometre long and links to Copacabana Beach. Cockrone Lagoon is to the north and Bouddi National Park to the south. The lagoon flourishes with wildlife and is a great spot for canoeing and swimming, whilst Bouddi National Park has kilometres of varied walks from Macmasters to Killcare with spectacular views, flora and fauna.
There is a beautiful local rock pool, just down from the Barefoot Café which provides a safe swimming area for small children and those not keen on the surf. It truly is part of Australia’s natural wonderland.