Moderately hazardous: 4-6
Highly hazardous: 7-8
Extremely hazardous: 9-10
The steep Salt Creek drains on to the northern end of a 600 m long boulder beach (192), backed by sloping grassy slopes, with prominent 100 m high headland to either end, and vehicle track to the top of the southern headland, but otherwise only foot access to the beach. A farm house is located 600 m east of the beach.
Only Morgan Beach is easily accessible to the public and also provides the safest swimming the in area, as it is relatively free of rocks and reefs. All the other beaches, while receiving relatively low waves, are dominated by rocks.
Usually none owing to the low waves.
This entire section offers many good spots to fish off the rocks. However access is a problem north of Morgan beach.
You can glimpse this coast from the Morgan beach car park. Access is however restricted by the backing private property and the rugged terrain.