Pebbly Beach is in Murramarang National Park on the New South Wales South Coast just 3½ hours drive south from Sydney or 2 hours east from Canberra.
Turn east off the Princes Highway onto the Mount Agony Road. You will see this turnoff 38 km south of Ulladulla or 14 km north of Batemans Bay. There is a large signpost to "Pebbly Beach", "Durras Lake North" and "Depot Beach".
Continue on this road for about 7 km. The road is paved. You will see a sign to "Pebbly Beach" which turns off to the right. This is a paved road that winds down the hill for 1km to the beach.
At the bottom of the hill there is a road on the right, just before a small building. The road is marked with a sign "S & Y McFarlane Camp Managers" and leads to the 5 cabins at the southern end of the beach.
Note: There is one other road that lead from the Princes Highway to Pebbly Beach, including one signposted "Pebbly Beach" but the Mount Agony Road is now the main entry and is generally easier to travel on.