Severs Beach is a sandy beach on the eastern bank of the Pambula River, in Ben Boyd National Park. The beach faces towards the ocean but is about 1.4km from the mouth of the river, making this a pleasant area for picnicking, swimming, fishing, boating or just relaxing. There are a couple of metal fire pits, a clear grassy area, a rock shelf and a small lagoon. The chances of seeing some of the resident kangaroos are pretty good. The beach is accessible by boat or a short walking track (partly boardwalk). There is no surf life saving patrol at this beach.