Little Beach (NSW 262) lies on the south side of Flat Rock Point and has to be reached on foot from Moonee Beach, with the sand continuing around the back of the point. The beach is 200 m long and faces due south exposing it to southerly waves, but providing protection from north winds in summer. The surfers call it Ghosties and check it out in summer when the swell is low to moderate. However it is more popular year round with fishers who fish off the beach and adjacent rocks for tailor, bream, mulloway and whiting. Rocks dominate either end and occur in the surf resulting in permanent rips under south swell conditions.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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