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A 600 m long headland separates Oaky from the next rocky bay containing Honeysuckle Beach (NSW 521), which can be accessed via vehicle track to the southern side of the bay. It is backed by densely vegetated wind blasted slopes rising to 50 m. The beach is 250 m long, faces east and is composed of cobbles forming a steep beach face, fronted by 50 m wide rock flats then reefs, with the remains of a sand foredune behind. It is bordered by rock platforms to each side together with the reef-filled bay, with a permanent rip draining out the northern side, resulting in hazardous swimming conditions.
Beach Length: 0.1km
General Hazard Rating: 6/11

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Formal parking area
Formal parking area



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