There are countless beaches along this South Pacific Ocean coastline of NSW, but I have found from Byron Bay beach to Sharpes beach this 24km stretch of walkway alone is the most picturesque part of this coastline you will come across many types of beach formations some just a long flat stretch of white soft sand like Seven Mile beach and then others with boulders of all sizes lining the beach front like Sharpes Beach.
Sharpes Beach is very popular amongst the surfing community of NSW because no matter what season of the year, it is there are always challenging waves here to surf. People come from all around NSW to take on these monstrous waves and sometimes not a so good endings with the surfers been challenged by the boulders.
I found the coastal walk, which is a man made bush track running for 3km from Sharpes Beach to Pat Morton lookout at Lennox Head and very popular and a favorite walk amongst the locals offering you sweeping views of the amazing Sharpes beach and the hilly coastline with lot's of wildlife and wild flowers to be seen along the way really a fascinating 3km walk.
These walkways can be very peaceful and relaxing and have great advantage lookout point for watching the best of sunsets reflecting over the ocean bed and especially super for whale season watching and you can enjoy a great family picnic under them shady pandanus tree.
Beaches to me is like my second home all my life, I have lived very near to coastlines were, I know the beach is walking distance from me, I could not live any other way, beaches are a blessing to me in many ways they help me keep fit by jogging on them and they take my stresses away when walking on then enjoy the surrounding beauty they have to offer especially at sunrise or sunset.