Timber Beach (NSW 263) is located 200 m south of Little Beach. This small 30 m long beach lies at the rear of a deep, narrow rocky valley occupied by a steep creek bed, with the beach at best a thin veneer of sand over the rocks. It can be reached by foot via Moonee and Little beaches with a rough track leading over the slope from Little Beach. It can also be seen and reached via a well-used track from the lookout off the Bongon Head track in Munmorah State Conservation Area immediately to the south. The beach faces east, receives most waves. During high seas it is completely awash.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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