One of the longest beaches on the South Coast, Seven Mile Beach starts at Gerroa in the north and extends to Shoalhaven Heads in the south. Perfect for long beach walks, exploring the coastal bush environment, picnics, swimming and surfing.
The 12.5km (7.8 mile) wide sandy beach stretches in a beautiful gentle sweeping arc. One can see why this beach was selected for the take-off area for Sir Charles Kingsford Smith’s record-breaking flight on January 11th 1933 across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand. You can visit the the Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial Lookout on Headland Drive in Gerroa, which offers panoramic views of Seven Mile Beach and the surrounding Seven Mile Beach National Park.
Seven Mile Beach can be accessed via the Beach Road Picnic Area or from Gerroa. The area of beach near the Beach Road Picnic Area is known to locals as ‘Berry Beach’.
Seven Mile Beach faces ESE.