Do not be fooled by the name of this beach, if anything, it is the complete opposite of treacherous. A vast beach situated near the popular Seal Rocks, this beach is a hidden pocket of coastal paradise. A walk along this magical oceanfront will most likely mean you will be left alone undisturbed with only the purity and wonder of Mother Nature by your side. Pitch a tent and camp in the Treachery camp grounds and awaken to the golden sunrise ascending, ready to greet the world. The beach is incredibly spacious and is perfect for surfing and rock fishing. During the months of March, April, May and June you may be fortunate enough to spot pods of dolphins frolicking off the coast. One of New South Wales’ best kept secrets, this location demonstrates the beautiful coastal world undisturbed by crowds of locals and backpackers.
Words: Anthony Piovesan
Seal Rocks, NSW