The northern Logo Beach (NSW 615) is 150 m long and lies between low bluffs and a rock platform. It faces due south, but receives some protection from a reef extending 200 m south of its eastern rocks, resulting in waves averaging about 1 m at the northern end of the beach and 1.5 m by the southern rocks. These maintain a usually attached bar with a permanent rip against the southern rocks. It is backed by a low foredune that continues behind the platforms, then vegetated bluffs rising to 20 m, with the car park located on the bluffs.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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