2020/21 NSW State of the Beaches report released

New South Wales Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has released the 2020/21 State of the Beaches report.

Four of New South Wales’ most pristine stretches of sand including Terrigal Beach have been downgraded compared to previous reports. 

The annual report indicated that New South Wales swimming sites had declined in the past year due to the wettest summer in the region since 2012. 

Although, 93 per cent of the region’s ocean beaches had been given a ‘good’ rating, indicating the beaches are suitable for swimming almost all of the time.  

Good Ratings

Lakes Beach

Cabbage Tree Bay Rockpool

North Entrance Beach

Soldiers Beach

The Entrance Beach

The Entrance Ocean Baths

Toowoon Bay

Shelly Beach

Summerland Point Baths

Wamberal Beach

North Avoca Beach

Avoca Beach

Copacabana Beach

Macmasters Beach

Killcare Beach

Ocean Beach

Umina Beach

Pearl Beach Rockpool

Poor ratings

Gwandalan Lake/Lagoon

Chain Valley Bay Lake/Lagoon

Mannering Park Baths Lake/Lagoon

Lake Munmorah Baths Lake/Lagoon

Canton Beach Lake/Lagoon

Wamberal Lagoon

Terrigal Beach (featured image)

Terrigal Lagoon

Avoca Lagoon

Cockrone Lagoon

Davistown Baths

Pretty Beach Baths

Yattalunga Baths

Woy Woy Baths

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