Located just south of Broken Head these picturesque cove beaches backed by forest covered cliffs were used for hunting and camping by our people.

Brays Beach is named after the Bray family, one of the orginal Arakwal families living in the area when Cumbebin (Byron Bay) was colonised by European settlers. ‘King’ Bobby, his son Harry, (who later inherited the title from him) and their families often hunted and camped in the area that is now part of the Broken Head Nature Reserve. There are still the remnants of a hut at Brays Beach where Lorna Bray (Harry’s granddaughter) lived for some time with her family into more recent times.