Updated: Nov 13, 2019
Cellito Beach is a well-kept secret with the locals on the Mid North Coast NSW now called the Barrington Coast, so for those of you that are not in the know, read on.
Follow a dirt road out to the beach through beautiful Australian bushland. Once, you reach the fork in the road, take the left turn towards the golf course and drive on until you reach the carpark. You can then make your way to the beach on a 400m boardwalk through Littoral Rainforest. Listen out for the birds and be amazed at the wonderful range of native plants.
ROCK POOLS AND WAVES
When the tide is out you can explore the amazing rock pools and find shells and sea life such as starfish or climb up over the hill on the left of the beach and watch the waves crashing into the cliffs.
Cellito beach is a popular surfing beach with great lefts on a clean NE swell with offshore conditions, aqua water, dolphins and a shark or two.
This beautiful beach is so scenic, you won't even notice how far you have walked. The sand is soft but it's the seclusion, views and the aqua water that keeps you so engaged you won't even notice your are burning off calories.
Cellito Beach is not patrolled and the waves can be daunting. As with all beaches, there will be rips so be careful and don't be fooled into a sense of security if the beach is calm on the day you visit.
Cellito Beach is a fabulous place to go bushwalking.
Set in a beautiful valley between tree native bushland adjacent to Cellito Beach you will find a par 31 nine hole golf course!