Birubi Beach, situated near the township of Anna Bay, serves as the gateway to both Worimi National Park and Stockton Sands. The beach boasts a pristine stretch of golden sands that seem to extend endlessly, starting from the Birubi Beach surf club, perfectly perched above the dunes.
Having great cultural significance, Birubi Beach holds a special place in the hearts of the local Worimi Aboriginal people, whose rich history in the area adds a deep sense of heritage to the landscape. Visitors are encouraged to learn about the indigenous culture and show respect for the land's historical and cultural importance.
For an unforgettable and unique experience, camel rides are available along the beachfront, offering a leisurely way to explore the stunning beauty of Birubi Beach, from the captivating sand dunes to the picturesque coastline.
Birubi Beach has always been a favourite place of mine whilst in the area. It’s a great place to view approaching storms and as the day draws to a close, watch the sun gracefully set over the horizon. I’m no the only one, as sunset viewing has become a cherished ritual for visitors, providing an ideal opportunity for photography enthusiasts to capture the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the beach.