Mulambin Beach lies on the south side of Bluff Point and runs due south for 2km to Pinnacle Point, with the 200m wide low tide beach.
Mulambin Beach is cradled againstBluff Point at the northern end andPinnacle Point to the south, both of which are part of the Capricorn Coast National Park. The beach backs a 10m high casuarina-covered foredune and the main road with a caravan park and camping reserve between the road and the beach.
As with Kemp Beach, Mulambin has low waves, a low gradient, fine sand and waves spilling across a wide shallow surf at low tide, and has moderate steep beach at high tide.
Swimming With low waves and a very low gradient, Mulambin Beach offers a relatively safe swimming environment.
Fishing Fishing is better at the Causeway and off the points at high tide.
Boat There is access at the northern end for launching boats off the beach at high tide.
Other The northern slopes of Pinnacle Point comprise a small national park and excellent views of Mulambin and the southern Kinka Beaches.
Facilities Mulambin Beachhas three car parks, the northernmost of which is only suitable for 4WD vehicles. The other two car parks have toilet facilities and fresh water. Access trails run from the car parks to the beach. The southernmost car park provides access to the walking trail over Pinnacle Point.
Mulambin Beach has no camping facilities; however sites are available at nearby Causeway Lakes.
4WD vehicles are permitted on the beach for launching and retrieving boats.