A place with more natural scenery. Not many tourists, mainly some local people come back here. Have fun in the sun.
It’s almost four hours’ drive from Sydney. There is a cave on one side of the beach. I have to wait for the low tide when the sea retreats. You can enter the cave to play today. I was lucky to take pictures of the beach in the cave at low tide. Another kind of scenery today is quite crowded and windy. Coat, foreigner, bikini, already put on, the sand here doesn’t stick to the shoes, walking around, the shoes don’t come in nice, there are many people surfing on the beach
Caves Beach is about 2 hours' drive from Sydney. Unlike other beaches, the caves here are washed by the sea. As the season changes, the water level of the sea is also different. Sometimes you can walk into the cave, and sometimes the cave is submerged by the sea and cannot be accessed. This is the magic of nature.