Jones Beach, otherwise called Boyds Beach, is a shoreline on the south-eastern bank of Australia, confronting the Tasman Sea. The shoreline is east of the settlement of Kiama Downs and around 2 kilometers 1.2 mi south by east of the settlement of Minnamurra in the Illawarra and South Coast areas of New South Wales. Jones Beach is a generally straight east-bound white sand shoreline that is around 900 meters 3,000 ft since quite a while ago, situated between Minnamurra Point, a 30-meter 98 ft high headland, and basalt sections of the southern Cathedral Rocks. The shoreline is otherwise called Boyds Beach, and the network behind it is Kiama Downs. A Street runs the length of the shoreline.
The northern half is offered over to sand ridges, parks, and the Kiama Downs Surf Life Saving Club, established in 1982. Houses back the shoreline's southern half. The shoreline gets waves averaging 1– 1.5 meters 3 ft 3 in– 4 ft 11 in, which result in a solitary bar normally cut by six, including perpetual tears against every headland, the northern being the more grounded. Shakes additionally happen in the surf toward the southern end. It is a well-known visitor spot and the shoreline is watched. Offices incorporate wheelchair available toilets, restricted covert and shaded excursion regions, and bike racks. Pets, glass or jugs, guns, and fly skis are not allowed. Surfing rivalries are held at Jones Beach amongst February and October, and a one-on-one rivalry held in November every year.