• The English writer DH Lawrence lived in Thirroul in 1922 and wrote much of his Australian novel Kangaroo here. Wyewurk, the home he lived in, is now privately owned, however a park at the end of Craig Street offers a glimpse of the views Lawrence enjoyed. The town maintains a proud cultural heritage and has a lively arts community. But the most compelling reason to visit Thirroul is its wonderful beach: a sweep of golden sand backed by a large grassy park with a children's play area. It is close to crafty shops and delightful cafes. Be sure to pedal

  • Thirroul Beach
    Thirroul Beach

    Thirroul Beach is one kilometre in length and faces east, so it picks up swell

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