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Great place when the lagoon is winded out.

This little beach has coral, fish and fish feeding. There is a hire shed with snorkelling gear and... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Roscope
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Rockingham, Australia
via mobile
Wow! So many fish!

You can feed the fish here with the pellets you get from the machine in the shelter for $1. They... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
kcorn555
,
Lower Plenty, Australia
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This little beach has coral, fish and fish feeding. There is a hire shed with snorkelling gear and fish food at $1 a cup to make sure nobody misses out on the fun. The is a large shed with tables and benches and free bbqs.

Thank Roscope
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can feed the fish here with the pellets you get from the machine in the shelter for $1. They appear from nowhere and come in all shapes, sizes and colours!

Thank kcorn555
Reviewed 1 week ago

A lovely north facing beach. Take a walk in the morning or at dusk very relaxing. Or if you like take a swim or surf. And for the kids go down and feed the fish.

Thank rosanna493
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Really nice beach with heaps of tame fish that can be hand fed!! Feed dispenser onsite $1 coin required. Accessible from Lorhiti apartments.

Thank Grant W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ned's Beach is a must go place for viewing the fish and snorkelling if that's what you want to do. An honesty system supplies all your needs and it's great viewing at low tide.

Thank Marg L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely beach for snorkeling, reef walking/study or just chilling out on the sand under the sun. There are facilities to hire equipment for a range of water activities for a nominal cost. Shelter is available if there is a storm. And, if you want to...More

Thank Grant T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Swam here last week on a beautiful sunny day without wetsuits as the water was so warm. Had the beach to ourselves it was magic! Snorkeling around the fish is amazing all beautiful colours and some are huge. The water is so blue and pristine.

Thank Wlisaann
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Recommend snorkeling here and the honesty system whereby you hire the equipment and leave the money is a refreshing change from other locations. Limited sightings here compared to further out on the reef but easily accessible

Thank Carole T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great beach with equipment on hand for whatever you want to do. Easy to get to & would be a wonderful place for families in summer.

Thank Yellamo62
Reviewed 11 June 2018

Neds Beach is a great basically free beach, to swim with colourful interesting fish in warmish clear water. I say warmish as the water was 24 degrees when we visited in April, but others, to our surprise, don't consider this warm. As well as the...More

Thank Glen Y
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Mark F
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Response from Lou M | Reviewed this property |
Yes - you can hire stand up paddle boards at Ned's beach. Surfable waves are on the east coast of the island at Middle Beach and Blinkys beach and occasionally at Ned's beach.
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