Copacabana Beach

Things to do, Nature, Beaches, Free Stuff

Copacabana Beach provides a quiet and tranquil setting for the family. Copacabana features a whale viewing platform. During the winter months between late May and early August, the Humpback Whale can sometimes be seen migrating to the warmer waters of the Central Coast region. The whales often come quite close to the coastline due to the northerly currents at this time of year.

Professional Central Coast Council lifeguards patrol Copacabana Beach from Monday until Friday. During weekends and on public holidays these locations are patrolled by Surf Life Saving volunteers.

For beach patrol dates and times, please see the website.

The dog off-leash area runs from the southern end of Copacabana Beach and it runs down to Macmasters Beach and stops approximately at Gerda Road.

People with a disability will now find it easier to access Copacabana Beach with a Sand Cruiser wheelchair available for bookings. Contact Copacabana Surf Club for bookings 02 4381 1420.

Where we are

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