Korora Beach (NSW 104) is a straight 650 m long lower energy beach located in the small Korora Bay and backed by slopes covered with residential housing (Fig. 4.51). The beach is accessible in the north from the Hills Beach car park and from a road that winds through the houses to a car park behind the centre of the beach. The upper beach is composed of coarse sand and cobbles and tends to be steep at high tide with a shallow bar at low tide. A reef lies 300 m off the centre of the beach. Rips are absent under normal waves, but will occur against both headland and rocks during higher waves.
Beach Length: 0.65km
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