Hunstanton South Beach Live Webcam

Located at the most southerly end of Hunstanton, escape from the hustle and bustle of the main resort and enjoy a relaxing view of South Beach.

Between May and October at low tide, can you spot the Wash Monster on its Seal Safari Tour?


  • Richard 2 months ago
    OK but the weather in Spain is very much warmer and sunny

  • Martin 2 months ago
    No desire to go abroad when somewhere like this is less than a couple of hours drive away. We’ll soon be back :)

  • Jeannie 3 months ago
    Norfolk over Spain any day.

  • Richard 3 months ago
    David Hunstanton views versus Spain you must be joking

  • david 4 months ago
    No need to go to Spain or Greece when you have views like this in sunny hunny

  • Admin 4 months ago
    Hi Mark, many thanks for your comment. We have looked and tried to get a camera that covers the boat ramp but unfortunately there is no suitable location. The webcams are there to give you a general view and we have to be careful not to focus on one particular thing/area. Admin

  • Mark 4 months ago
    I love all these webcams wonderful views. Would be even better if this one gave a view of the boat ramp

  • Admin 5 months ago
    Hi John, unfortunately the beach huts are private property and so cannot be within shot. Public webcams are only allowed to show public spaces.

  • John 5 months ago
    Can we now have the view of beach huts again nw radar has gone

  • TonyA 5 months ago
    The Radar Sensor has been removed by the contractors. The Data gathered will be examined by the environment agency, with regard the movement of the sand, waves and currents and used to make the best possible decisions for the protection of this stretch of coastline from flooding, erosion and damage.

  • Richard 5 months ago
    What has happened to the radar scanner Notice its not there today

  • Melissa 5 months ago
    Still a beautiful place no matter what the season , you cannot beat norfolk coastline … it is most definately the place i want to be to end my days , feel like its where i belong ❤❤❤

  • Mark 6 months ago
    Looks like the radar is working again

  • TonyA 6 months ago
    blue box is a radar sensor which the Environment Agency in partnership with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk are using to monitor the beach. The data collected by the system on the movement of the sand, waves and currents will be used to make the best possible decisions about protecting this stretch of coastline from flooding, erosion and damage.

  • TonyA 6 months ago
    Please note incase you wondered about the Radar Scanner not in operation. It has been reported to the powers to be. The information is being dealt with by the contractors.

  • Rosemary 6 months ago
    Sea looks angry tonight and prom getting a good wash

  • Susan 6 months ago
    Never trier of looking at these images. Thankyou webcam.

  • Audrey 7 months ago
    Richard if you go back through the comments you will find an explanation from the council.

  • Richard 7 months ago
    Does anyone know what the portable radar system is for, please?

  • Karl 7 months ago
    Hardly any one on the south beach today which is very unusual on a Sunday afternoon

  • Susan 7 months ago
    Love the coverage of sun going down. Missing my favourite place.

  • Audrey 7 months ago
    Love all the Sunny Hunny webcams and good to see them all cleaned and clear again, thank you.

  • Audrey 8 months ago
    South beach webcam misty Gain this morning!

  • Karl 8 months ago
    Lovely to see so many people on the south beach not seen so many people around on Saturday afternoon

  • WW 8 months ago
    Admin, Thank you for all the information, much appreciated. We are so lucky to have these web cams in Hunstanton. I can still enjoy watching the sea and lovely sunsets even on the days I can’t get there.

  • Admin 8 months ago
    Hi WW, the nearest car park to South Beach is Seagate West which is a grass car park. There is a short walk along paths and roads to get to South Beach and then there is ramp access onto the prom. Unfortunately the only way to get onto the beach itself just there is via large steps, unless you go at low tide and use the boat ramp itself. If you do keep a close eye on the tide otherwise you will get stuck! Hope that helps.

  • WW 8 months ago
    Hi, can anyone tell me if there is disabled parking available close to South Beach? Much appreciated. Thank You

  • Marlene 9 months ago
    I love south beach,nice place for walking the dogs.

  • BCKLWN 9 months ago
    The blue box is a radar sensor which the Environment Agency in partnership with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk are using to monitor the beach. The data collected by the system on the movement of the sand, waves and currents will be used to make the best possible decisions about protecting this stretch of coastline from flooding, erosion and damage.

  • Justjo 9 months ago
    Brilliant, just been watching a dog having a ride out with its owner.

  • Colin 9 months ago
    Looks like a temporary radar system.

  • Audrey 9 months ago
    Thank you Louise. Missed them after all!

  • Louise 9 months ago
    Race Times 14/08/21 - Support Race – 11:30 - Main Race – 12:30 - Under 12’s / Under 15’s – 13:30 - Under 8’s Event – 14:00

  • Audrey 9 months ago
    What time does the waters championships take place?

  • Nick 9 months ago
    Its a beach monitoring sensor

  • Patricia 9 months ago
    Thanks admin. Wish i was going to watch the championships. I will keep a look out on the wonderful webcam.

  • Niloc 9 months ago
    Wouldn’t the solar panel work better if it was facing south? For maximum amount of sun exposure.

  • Admin 9 months ago
    The blue box is for rounds 3 & 4 of the British Waterski Racing National Championships, taking place this weekend at Hunstanton Ski Club

  • G Fresh UK 9 months ago
    Looks like a mobile phone temporary tower, they use them when main one goes down. Maybe its just for the summer as phone reception on the front is terrible on some networks.

  • pete 9 months ago
    very interesting box. is it a part of a event i wonder.

  • Patricia 9 months ago
    oh dear, that’s going to ruin the view of some of the beach huts. Wonder what it is?

  • Niloc 9 months ago
    Is a 4B. Baffling Big Blue Box.

  • Colin 9 months ago
    It’s a Tardis!!

  • Emas 9 months ago
    I love this angle

  • Admin 9 months ago
    Hi Mark, as mentioned before when we first installed the camera it was pointing towards the boat ramp but unfortunately the camera angle didn’t work so we had to change it.

  • Mark 9 months ago
    I love these webcams but agree with some other comments that it should be facing the ramp. Admin is this possible?

  • Mark 9 months ago
    Hi – love all these cameras – just back from a week there so great to see whats going on rest of the season How about swinging the south beach camera around a tad so it takes in the Boat ramp with all the jet skis ?

  • Melvyn 10 months ago
    The nearest car park for south beach is Seagate Car Park.

  • Linda 10 months ago
    Loving all the Hunstanton web cams, is there parking at the south beach

  • Melvyn 10 months ago
    I spent so much time here as a child, my grandad owned beach hut A19. It was heaven for me. Where did those sixty five years go!

  • Rosie 10 months ago
    Great camera now ,well done fixing the issue, all we need now are some palm trees o the beach and it could be anywhere in the world,

  • Rosie 10 months ago
    Thank you for looking into this problem, lm sure you will fix it soon. These cameras are such a boost to us all and we do appreciate all the effort put into the webcams.

  • Admin 10 months ago
    Hi everyone, we are aware that since putting this new webcam live the video keeps freezing for a couple of seconds. Please bear with us while we investigate and fix the issue.

  • Rick 10 months ago
    Great idea but this camera rarely seems to work for long.

  • Niloc 10 months ago
    This camera keeps freezing. Very annoying.

  • Susan 10 months ago
    Looking forward to September and walking my dog on south beach again. His first time in the sea this June loved it

  • Admin 10 months ago
    Hi Gary, when we installed the camera our initial plan was to cover the boat ramp but unfortunately we couldn’t get it to work as we couldn’t get the camera in the right position.

  • Gary 10 months ago
    I think the south beach camera should be pointed and the boat ramp so you can see the boats up and down

  • Michael 10 months ago
    Great, its like looking at my childhood :D

  • pete 10 months ago
    great view

  • Jane Woodcock 10 months ago
    Brilliant! Thanks for this. X

  • Rob 10 months ago
    Another gorgeous view. Thank you!

  • Sam B 10 months ago
    Love being able to see all different aspects of hunny. Can’t wait to come up next weekend. ❤️

  • Brian 10 months ago
    Thank you, help`s keep me sane.

  • Rosie 11 months ago
    Really looking forward to seeing another aspect of hunstanton, well done to all who are presenting these web cams, there should be an award for something like this,
Hunstanton South Beach
Sunset at Hunstanton's South Beach
Power Boat Launch Ramp
Hunstanton South Beach

Hunstanton’s South Beach

Often the forgotten beach of Hunstanton, South Beach forms part of a long sandy stretch of West Norfolk’s coastline that continues all the way to Snettisham.

The wide sandy beach is usually quieter than Hunstanton’s Main Beach but still boasts a vast area of golden sand at low tide, beach huts and unlike Main Beach, is dog-friendly all year round.

The promenade makes it an easy and enjoyable 2-mile walk to neighbouring Heacham.

Dividing Hunstanton’s South Beach and Main Beach is the powerboat launch slipway used by Jet Skis, Speedboats and the Wash Monster.

Hunstanton Ski Club

As a BWSW affiliated club. whether it's jet skiing or water skiing, Hunstanton Ski Club has everything you need to enjoy the water.

Established for over 50 years, Hunstanton Ski Club has a long history in water ski racing and jet skiing and even hosted the World Championships in 2005. The club has an annual average of 75 craft split between powerboats & jet skis.

Hunstanton Ski Club boasts a large clubhouse and bar (open from March to November) providing excellent food, drink and regular entertainment. Large grounds, slipway and modern showers that are accessible to members all year round. All craft owning memberships include launching by the club's tractors.

For more information on applying for a watercraft permit to use the launching ramp in Hunstanton, please visit the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk's website

Hunstanton Ski Club
Hunstanton Ski Club