caves beach


caves beach

Caves Beach sits along a rugged coastline and revels in elevated views over a deep blue expanse of the Pacific Ocean. 

A network of sea caves to the headland at the southern end lend the suburb its name and can be explored at low tide.

Pristine swimming conditions, sensational surfing spots and a Nippers program to the patrolled end of the beach make for great family outings.

Scenic walking trails lead you to the risen peninsula of Spoon Rocks Bay that is hugged by a bushland backdrop and offers you exclusive platforms to watch the whales migrate, whilst down by its shores lay the rocky remnants of an old breakwall that was used for loading coal ships.

To the north, you have the award-winning Caves Coastal Bar & Bungalows with resort style accommodation plus bistro dining that overlooks the stunning and secluded stretch of Hams Beach.

The suburb encompasses an array of local shops, a high school, primary school, two preschools, an aged care facility and an industrial area and has seen recent growth with the addition of beachside apartment complexes.

An everlasting holiday feel and arguably some of Australia’s most breathtaking ocean views make this coastal lifestyle pocket a wonderfully unique place to live.



• Approx. 1650 homes

• An array of Local Shops & Quality Schools 

• Entertainment at The Resort

• Beachside Cafe Culture

• Scenic walking trails with stunning vantage points over the coast

• Caves Beach Surf Life Saving Club & Nippers Program

• Patrolled swimming, top surfing spots & sea caves to explore at low tide

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