Steamers Beach in Booderee National Park is not for the faint hearted. It is a long walk through the bush, with a steep set of stairs to access the beach but you are well rewarded for your effort with the beauty of this area. This is a National park beach with a natural headland trail, cliffs & golden sands.
The beach is bordered by steep vegetated slopes rising 130 metres which makes you feel very secluded and a fantastic spot to take a picnic. Caution should be taken if you are planning to swim at Steamers Beach as it can be exposed to powerful surf and rips and currents may be present.