Chinamans Beach Evans Head
Bound by the native bushland of Bundjalung National Park, this secluded beach is a short drive on the southern side of Evans Head township.
Follow the walking track from Chinaman’s Beach car park, down to one of the most peaceful spots along the North Coast.
You’ll enjoy endless coastal views from walking trails onto Goanna Headland where interpretive signs explain the significance of this site to the Aboriginal people.
Chinamans is a truly on of the most scenic and picturesque beaches that you will find anywhere. It is not patrolled making it best for experienced surfers only.
At low tide there are many rock pools to be explored in the area between the beach and New Zealander’s beach before walking to Snapper Rock. Beaches south of Snapper Rock are closed to the public due to the proximity of the bombing range.