Barrens Beach is a sheltered swimming beach and interpretive hub with excellent information about the parks values – a must see on your first visit to the park.
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Barrens Beach is a small, sheltered beach nestled between dunes and a rugged quartzite headland. It is a popular swimming and fishing spot. Whales sheltering near shore in spring may be visible from the beach. The site also features an interpretive display and art exhibit that provide intriguing insights into the area’s natural and cultural values and the park’s international significance as a conservation area. The art exhibit, which is part of a giant park map, is hands on and provides a bit of fun for the kids.
Coast Risks and Cliff Risks are significant in this park.