Located right on the doorstep of the camping ground, better known as Point Plomer, is a long, sandy beach featuring an excellent right-hand wave.

Point Plomer is a popular beach with a cult-like status amongst the locals and visitors. If surfing at the point is overcrowded, a good alternative is the beach break further down for left and right-hand waves.

Fishing, swimming, surfing, bird watching, bushwalking, picnics and camping are favourite past-times at Point Plomer.

You can get to Point Plomer straight from Crescent Head - you drive along an unsealed road, so it is best to have a 4WD. Or if you are chasing an adventure then catch the ferry from Port Macquarie North Shore and beach drive to Queens Head or drive along Maria River Rd straight to Plomer.

This listing was updated on 16/09/2021 by Kempsey Shire Council. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.

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    Point Plomer cam, Limeburners Creek, New South Wales, 2444
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    1800 642 480
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