The southern boundary of Wyrrabalong National Park extends halfway along Forresters Beach (NSW 283), a 1.5 km long, southeast-facing sandy beach located along the base of vegetated bluffs rising to 100 m. It is bordered by 130 m high Cromarity Hill in the north and Wamberal Point to the south. A road runs along the top of the bluffs, to a central area of street parking, toilet block and beach access. The entire beach is fronted by extensive rocks and reefs, which abut the shore in the north extending 250 m offshore in the south. Wave breaking on the reefs, lower waves at the shore to less than 1 m, which maintain a narrow, steep, reflective beach.
Beach Length: 1.5km
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