MacMasters Beach is a south-eastern suburb of the Central Coast, on the Bouddi Peninsula and occupying the south end of the Allagai Bay Foreshore. MacMasters Beach is the perfect escape, away from it all. Very popular with swimmers and surfers as the fantastic surf is protected from southerlies.
It is a wonderful village, peaceful, with a very friendly feel, quiet and removed from the more touristy areas, always lovely to visit and a sublime retreat with plenty of sun, sand and ocean.
A early morning walk from MacMasters to Copacabana Beach is the perfect way to begin your day, or make it an afternoon stroll, a relaxing way to end your day!
The 8 km Coastal Walk in Bouddi is one of the most popular bushwalks in Bouddi, you will be delighted with the many varieties of Bush Flowers and the gorgeous coastal views. It starts from MacMasters Beach, but why not walk it from Copacabana?
With a natural beach that nature lovers will enjoy and a man made sea pool set amongst the rocks, this is the perfect spot for the whole family to play, relax and appreciate the stunning surroundings. Cochrane Lagoon is a peaceful off leash “dog friendly” area between MacMasters and Copacabana Beaches where owners can let their dogs run around in the sand. MacMasters is a patrolled beach, always swim between the red and yellow flags, surf lifesavers have identified this area as the safest spot to swim in the water.