Burgess Beach (NSW 199) is a 300 m long beach located around the headland and 500 m southeast of One Mile. It faces east-northeast and is moderately protected from southeast waves by Cape Hawke, located 3 km to the southeast. The beach is bordered by southeast-trending sandstone points and backed by densely vegetated bluffs rising to 20 m, northern and central car parks with stairs down to the beach, then a road with residential housing behind. Waves average 1 m with the beach ranging between a continuous low tide bar and reflective conditions, with linear rock ridges dominating the northern half.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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