South West Rocks is a sleepy, mostly unrenovated coastal town. It’s been saved from too much tourism and attention by sitting five hours drive from Sydney - just out of reach for your average weekender. It’s also a good twenty-five kilometres off the Pacific Highway, through lush green farmland and the town of Clybucca, made infamous by a terrible tourist bus crash back in 1989.
South West Rocks is also home to a particularly beautiful beach, Little Bay, nestled between two granite cliffs in the Arakoon National Park where plentiful kangaroos graze. To fuel up before a full day of exploring, head to where the locals hang, at Sixtyread more