Johanna is without a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. It’s exceptionally long with very wide, soft sand beaches. There are 4 sections to Johanna Beach. The most easterly section can be accessed by the eastern car park. From here you can walk east along the beach, cross over the shallow Johanna River and walk all the way to the end at Rotten Point. This is a good hour’s walk and sand can be hard going. The main beach is accessed by the main car park. This is a popular beach. Watch for surfers, seals & the odd passing whale. The two beaches to the west are a bit tricky to get to. On a low tide you can get around the corner of the main beach – it’s then pretty easy going all the way to the very end at Cannonballs. If you get there you’ll soon realise why it’s called Cannonballs. Give yourself at least 1.5 hours for this walk. DO NOT attempt this on anything but a low tide. It’s very dangerous. From the main car park you can choose to head west along the cliff line. It only takes 5 to 10 minutes to get to the top and the views are outrageous. Plenty of kangaroos in this vicinity. 20 minutes return.