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At the southern tip of 600 m long Bogola Head the shoreline turns and trends to the southwest for 3 km as the near continuous Fuller and Loader beaches. The northern Fuller Beach (NSW 607) begins amongst the rocks on the south side of Bogola Head and trends for 700 m to the south-south west to a low bluff and rocky outcrop that separates it from the second part of the beach. A low foredune and 20 ha Nargal Lake back the beach. Past the rocks the southern section of Fuller Beach (NSW 608) extends on for another 1.2 km to a second low bluff and rocks that define the border with Loader Beach. This section is backed both by densely vegetated bluffs and a foredune, behind which is hidden a lake occupying two arms of a small valley. Loader Beach (NSW 609) continues on for another 1 km to the mouth of Corunna Lake (Fig. 4.401) where it swings round slightly to run due south hard against the rocks of Corunna Point. In addition to the lake entrance a small swamp lies behind the northern foredune.
Beach Length: 1.2km
General Hazard Rating: 6/10

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