Pebbly Beach (NSW 620) extends along the base of Murunna Point for 300 m to Camel Rock. It is a steep coarse sand and cobble beach. For the most part the beach is fronted by rocks, apart from a 100 m long open section toward the point. It is backed by steep 20 m high vegetated bluffs, with access around the rocks from either end. The reefs lower waves to about 1 m at the beach, however the numerous rocks and reefs make it unsuitable for swimming.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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