This is a narrow 18-acre park located along Farrington Highway in Waianae. The beach is sandy, but there is a rocky limestone shelf along the shoreline, which makes entering the ocean difficult. For this reason the beach is empty most of the time as most people prefer swimming at neighboring Pokai Bay or at other beaches in this area. The beach park is mainly used by local fishermen. A surf site called Sewers is located offshore. It is named after the Waianae sewage treatment plant, which is located across from the beach park.
Lualualei Beach Park Overview
Narrow sandy beach
Limestone shelf lines shoreline
Beach park is named after inland valley, Lualualei