Jamberoo Mountain Road remains closed due to severe damage from a large landslip.
Our lifeguards have closed Surf Beach with the low-tide and strong swell creating dangerous swimming conditions. They will review before opening tomorrow morning.
Please be mindful that summertime means you're more likely to see local snakes also enjoying the warmer weather. We've recently had reports of a black snake sunning itself along the footpath at the southern end of Kendalls Beach. A reminder all Australian snakes are protected species and must not be harmed. You can report sightings to Illawarra Snake Catchers on 0418 162 441.
Kendalls Beach is located in front of Kendall's on the Beach Holiday Park.
Parking is available off O'Keefe Place.
This sandy cove is a popular fishing and surfing spot, and creates the perfect backdrop for a wedding ceremony.
The beach is patrolled during summer school holidays and offers picnic and playground facilities.
Kiama Council in partnership with Surf Lifesaving NSW has installed new ERBs at our drowning black spots: South Bombo Beach, Kendalls Beach and Blowhole Point.
In an emergency you can activate the beacon, which instantly connects you to the Surf Lifesaving NSW Operations Centre. A text message also alerts the nearest lifesaver or lifeguard.
Off O'Keefe Place, KIAMA 2533 View Map
Off O'Keefe Place ,
(02) 4232 0444
Kendalls Beach is patrolled on weekends from December to February.
Our lifeguards provide patrols seven-days-a-week from mid-December to late January.