Lobster Beach is a bushwalk that can be found along the South Coast in Currarong, in Bouddi National Park. This beach is just a short distance out of Nowra by car which offers you the perfect place to swim. To begin the walk, you will need to park your car in a small carpark that is found on the end of Beecroft Parade. The only facilities in this area are picnic tables and a small BBQ.
You start the walk to Mermaids Inlet by heading over the bridge which takes you over Abrahams Bosom Creek. You will follow the path until you come to an information board where you are given a few routes. If you are looking for the fastest way to get to the beach, you take the second path on your second right after the information board. This will direct you along Marions Way to Mermaids Inlet. From here follow the path along continuing to follow the signs. One of the first signs you will cross will be the Lobster Beach turn off which will be found on your right.
Lobster Beach is the perfect place for the whole family. It offers calm waters for swimming and with the kids and for those who like snorkelling, the reefs are perfect. You can try to spot dolphins in the water or look for other sea creatures splashing about! Sunbake on the beautiful sands of the beach or just go for a nice stroll along the water's edge. This is also a popular spot among fisherman, so don't forget to pack your fishing rods too!
The return back to the carpark from Lobster Beach is very simple. The fastest route is just to return the same way you came. Alternatively, you can continue your walk and visit the beautiful Mermaids Inlet and other sites the park has to offer.