The sand continues around the base of Hayward Point and continues for 450 m south to Keatings Headland, as beach NSW 622. The beach is backed by slopes grading into a 100 m wide vegetated foredune, with a walking track across the dune, and a small creek flowing out in the southern corner, which drains a backing 4 ha swamp. It is moderately sheltered by Point Dickinson with waves averaging 1 m and usually a single attached bar cut by 3-4 rips.
Beach Length: 0.6km
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