Dungy Head is a coastal promontory located west of Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England. It forms the eastern end of St Oswald's Bay. It is composed of Portland stone strata. The surrounding area is popular for coastal walks, which yield impressive views. Cliff-climbing however is dangerous and not recommended.
Pinion Rock (50.6188°N 2.2642°W) is a rock that lies out to sea close to Dungy Head.
- West, Ian. Dungy Head, St. Oswald's Bay and Man O' War Head near Lulworth Cove; Geology of the Wessex Coast. of Southern England, 2 April 2009.
- St Oswald's Bay and Dungy Head from Durdle Door, The South West Coast Path.