Croft’s Bay

Croft’s Bay is a long pretty bay that is generally sheltered from Ocean Swell by offshore reef and a collection of smaller sea stacks.

Access information

Access to the beach is an unmarked track and small car park just to the east of the main Bay of Islands car park. The track is sandy and unsuitable for prams and wheelchairs.


Rocks, seaweed and snags can bother at times often productive. Great offshore scenery

Species: Australian salmon, trevally, snapper, sweep, gummy shark

Accommodation Nearby

Seahorse Coastal Villas




Great Ocean Road Tourist Park


Peterborough Holiday House


Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

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