Roker Beach

Roker beach, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

Place Category: Beaches

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  • Roker beach is also known as Whitburn South beach and is the closest northern beach to Sunderland. A wide sandy beach with all the usual seaside attractions including marine activities centre, boating lake, gardens/park and model railway.

    Facilities include parking, toilets, cafe/restaurants, deck chair hire.

    Roker Beach is a Blue Flag Beach.

    Roker Beach has dog restrictions. Dogs restricted to areas of the beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have 4 beaches around Sunderland, 13 beaches in Tyne and Wear, or check our Dog Friendly Beaches.

  • Roker Beach Weather Forecast

    Light rain on Saturday through Wednesday, with temperatures falling to 16°C on Monday.

    Today's Forecast
     Partly cloudy in the morning.
     
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       0%  9%   4 mph
      4:43 am    9:23 pm
    Friday, May 26th
     Clear throughout the day.
     
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       0%  2%   10 mph
      4:42 am    9:25 pm

    Saturday, May 27th
     Light rain in the evening.
     
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    21
       51%  37%   10 mph
      4:41 am    9:26 pm
    Sunday, May 28th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    12
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    20
       4%  59%   8 mph
      4:40 am    9:28 pm

    Monday, May 29th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    10
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    16
       0%  63%   4 mph
      4:39 am    9:29 pm
    Tuesday, May 30th
     Light rain starting in the evening.
     
    10
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    16
       65%  93%   5 mph
      4:37 am    9:31 pm

    Wednesday, May 31st
     Drizzle in the morning.
     
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    16
       64%  62%   9 mph
      4:36 am    9:32 pm
    Thursday, Jun 1st
     Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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    18
       12%  11%   2 mph
      4:35 am    9:33 pm

  • Roker Beach Tide Times

     

  • Roker Beach Water quality

    Samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:

    • Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
    • Good: generally good water quality
    • Sufficient: meets minimum standards
    • Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
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