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Small but nice but plenty litter...

Nice beach with crabs easily seen. Beach is quite rocks and waves can be strong, so not great for... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2018
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Keep your wits about you and take care..

At the beginning of the walk to Dolly beach there is a sign that among other things warns of the... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
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Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

Nice beach with crabs easily seen. Beach is quite rocks and waves can be strong, so not great for swimming. Unfortunately, there is plenty of litter, which spoils the beach appeal. Can find edible coconuts too.

Thank matthewteng
Reviewed 22 November 2017

It's a 4 km walk from the the 2WD car park. On the way down there are two steep hills that seem to be mainly sand and gravel on the 4WD track. Once you get past the two steep hills it's a long walk to...More

Thank Doreen N
Reviewed 20 July 2017

At the beginning of the walk to Dolly beach there is a sign that among other things warns of the possibility of large waves , it is a good idea to take heed of this . We recently did the walk , which took around...More

Thank jennymY2446BM
Reviewed 29 December 2016

We decided to go to Dolly beach because it rate 7th in the best beaches of Australia. Well what a lot load of rubbish and I mean literally. The beach is like a city refuge dump. It's full of rubbish and not particularly good. I...More

Thank Vic H
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Leaving Greta Beach, the trail to Dolly Beach narrows, then when I went had trees across it, spiders webs to clear...gives you the feeling it isn't mobbed with visitors. Indeed I didn't see another person all walk as you get a beach with palm trees,...More

Thank Waddler
Reviewed 29 November 2015

The views are beautiful, and the walk to get there is littered with many crabs of all varieties. Robber crabs galore in the palm trees on Dolly. It is a shame that lots of rubbish washes up here and the parks and wildlife ask if...More

1  Thank Liz11057
Reviewed 18 June 2015

Even though its 30 or so minutes from Settlement by 4WD and then a 45 minute walk on an amazing board walk, it's worth the effort. The last little descent onto the beach is a sight, looking out over the white sandy bay, coconut trees...More

1  Thank DoyanJajan
Reviewed 15 June 2015

Wouldn't recommend this place to go in the water Sharp reef and dangerous rocks There are signs advising the same.

2  Thank Manoj D
Reviewed 25 November 2014

remote, clean, robber crabs galore and a great taste of eco tourism - untouched by the traumas of too many people in one place at a time - a real rain forrest experience just to get to the beach - you can hear the roar...More

2  Thank Trish O
Reviewed 10 February 2014

Dolly is a beautiful beach, its about the only beach on the Island that has some shade in which you can lay under and spend some time. It is also the beach where the sea turtles come and lay their eggs. It is sadly also...More

3  Thank Claudia A
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