“This short coastal walk from the main patrolled beach at Cabarita around to Norries Headland is a real favourite with locals.”
The scenery changes every couple of minutes as you head through a tunnel of remnant coastal rainforest, down along the popular surfing pointbreaks framing Diamond Beach and up onto the headland where you get uninterrupted views to the north and south.
It’s interesting to learn that Norries Headland was originally an island with waves sweeping between the rocks and the mainland in bad weather. The rock wall that now protects the spit and forms the cove was installed by the sand miners who mined the Tweed Coast’s beaches for rutile and other minerals in the 1950s and 60s.
not to mention providing great viewing points on the walk to Norries Headland.
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Cabarita to Norries Headland Walk
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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