Congwong Beach is located within the Botany Bay National Park and is in the care and control of the National Parks and Wildlife Service. It is a beautiful, calm bay facing Botany Bay.
The beach is accessible from the La Perouse Loop Road. You’ll find Public toilets, shops and other facilities nearby.
There are road and bus access to the western end of the bay with foot access to the beaches.
Congwong Beach is small secluded beach at La Perouse with a beautiful outlook. Surrounded by bushland and spectacular views, with calm and beautiful clear water.
Congwong Beach is 500 m wide bay bordered by Henry Head to the East and Bare Island in the West and faces Southwest across the entrance to Botany Bay.
You’ll find parking up the top a nice walk down to the beach would take about 5 mins (250 metres).
Once you get there, you can relax and watch the Tugs and contain ship coming into Botany Bay.
It’s not usual to see lots of community buses driving around La Perouse it’s an easy and relaxing drive, and passengers can still see a lot from within the bus or car.
Stop at La Perouse if you want to get Coffee or ice cream from café on a sweltering day.
The beach is not patrolled by Lifeguards or lifesavers.
The locals call it Congy.
Congwong Beach the Aboriginal name for the location, which was first recorded by assistant surveyor-general Robert Dixon when he surveyed Botany Bay and Port Hacking in 1827.
Watch the relaxing ocean waves lapping Congwong Beach La Perouse
Listen to beach sounds at Congwong Beach – La Perouse.
Ambient Sounds of Congwong Beach – La Perouse.
White noise from Waves at Congwong Beach.
Congwong Beach is part of the Eastern Suburbs beaches.
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