Cuttagee Beach Southern End (No Overnight)

Day Use Area


Cuttagee Beach Road, New South Wales / ACT.


The southern end of Cuttagee Beach was the site of a steam powered sawmill which during World War I, produced pick handles from the local Spotted Gum. The troops at Gallipoli used these for digging their trenches. It is dog friendly, they are permitted to be off leash. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -36.495917 Lng: 150.054572


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