Things to do at Cabarita Beach over Summer

Cabarita Beach is located on the Northern Rivers of New South Wales and is well known for being a coastal town that features delightful views. It is the perfect place to relax for locals and tourists. It is an ideal summer getaway location as there is a plenty to see and do while visiting the area.

The name of the town Bogangar comes from the indigenous term for “place of many pippies”, which refers to the shell middens where remains of the eaten shellfish wash up on the beach and can be found.

Cabarita Beach has excellent quality waves for avid surfers and plenty of accommodation options for solo travellers and families visiting the area. With ample fun activities on offer, Cabarita enjoys a moderate temperature during the summer season. Average temperatures range between 18 degrees and 29 degrees Celsius, so it doesn’t feel as hot or sticky compared with other places a little further north in Queensland.

The excellent summer weather will enable you to enjoy the delicious local food, relax in comfortable accommodation, experience the nearby shopping centres and nature trips around Cabarita Beach. There is something for everybody, with Cabarita’s wide array of activities including sightseeing, swimming, surfing, dining, touring and exploring.

There are many restaurants you can dine at along the main road of Cabarita, including C-Vue Bar and Bistro where you can enjoy a sumptuous meal with your family or friends. Locals simply rave about the local Thai food restaurant where you can pick your favourite Thai dishes from Thai In-Fa, that serves fresh Thai delicacies cooked to perfection. 

With plenty of relaxing hotels to choose from, you’ll always get a great nights sleep. There are many local favourites in the area include Halcyon House, Diamond Beach Resort and The Beach. There’s the Cabarita Beach Surf Club that provides a low key atmosphere for casual guests, who just want to enjoy the natural beauty of Cabarita. It’s also an excellent spot for your surfing or surfing lessons, guaranteeing that you catch a big wave the next time you come around.

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