Denhams Beach is located 7 klm south of Batemans Bay, on the beautiful South Coast of NSW.

Travelling along Beach Road through Batehaven, and shortly after Sunshine Bay, but before you come to Surf Beach, you will turn left into Graydon Avenue, which leads down to Denhams Beach.

For those travelling from Canberra it is a two hour drive, a pleasant 4 hours from Sydney and 1 1/2 hours from Goulburn.

Denhams Beach is sheltered by rocky headlands, with good sized surf on most days and is popular with board riders and has great snorkelling around the rocks at the far end.

From here you can enjoy a short stroll around to Surf Beach during low tide, which is surf patrolled during the summer holidays and has lovely waves for boogie boarders. Wimbie Beach which is adjacent, has smaller waves and from here leads you to scenic bushwalks.

Denhams Beach is known for its daily visit by a family of dolphins. In Spring from September until late November, the humpback migration enchants our shores and can be seen from Denhams Beach. Whale watching cruises can be taken from Narooma.

For the best coffee and bakery in the area try the Batehaven Bakehouse at Batehaven.

Surf Beach, which is an easy walk around from Denhams Beach has a small shopping Centre. There is a Chinese Restaurant, Piccolo’s for pizza, Fish and Chip- eat in or take away, Chemist, Medical Centre, Supermarket, Hair Dresser and Bottle Shop.

There is also a Beach Store that has newspapers and takeaway food.