Stony Beach (NSW 71) is located on the south side of the rock reef, and as the name suggests consists of a high tide cobble beach fronted by 50-100 m wide irregular intertidal rock flats, with no safe access to the water. Some patches of sand are exposed amongst the rocks at low tide. It is accessible via a short walking track from the Bookroom Camping Area. This is a nice beach for a walk around the rocks, but not for swimming, unless you are snorkelling or diving.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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