Mullaway Beach (NSW 86) extends due south from Ocean View Headland for 700 m to 15 m high Mullaway Head (Fig. 4.46). A few houses back each headland, with a vegetated dune behind the beach and a small creek crossing the southern end. The road runs around the rear of the dunes, with parking and access is provided on each low headland. The beach consists of a single bar, usually cut by 2-3 beach rips, with permanent rips against each headland. The beach breaks are popular with surfers when the banks and conditions are right, with a right point break off the southern rocks.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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