The dunes behind Birubi Beach at Anna Bay constitute the largest coastal sand mass in New South Wales. Birubi Beach has it all, picturesque, great facilities, patrolled surf beach with fantastic waves to ride and the backdrop of the amazing sand dunes. The sand dunes are steep in history and fun. They are a popular spot for activities such as quad-biking, sand-boarding and camel rides. Birubi Beach, part of the 34 kilometre stretch of Stockton Bight, is completely exposed to wind and waves, but the extreme northern corner is nicely tucked away from the teeth of the summer sea breeze and it holds nice shape to about three metres.
The 4wd drive tours and sand dune adventure tours leave daily. Please see our activity page on the Sand dunes for more information.
Birubi Beach has a kid’s skate park with large grass area to picnic, playground, BBQ tables and BBQ, toilets in one car park entrance. The entrance of James Paterson Road has a café with backdrop of the sand dunes, toilets, showers and lifeguards. The Birbi Beach is great for walks, swims, surf, sandboard riding 4WD driving and more. For more information on taking your 4WD on Birbi Beach see our Sand Dunes activity page.
Five minutes’ stroll away is Anna Bay village, which has a supermarket, butcher, fruit and vegetable store, bottle shop and gas station. There are takeaway shops and a popular bistro at Anna Bay Tavern.