One hundred and fifty metres to the east is 320 m long Clareville Beach (BB 16), which curves to the east, then northeast along the base of backing slopes. It consists of a narrow strip of high tide sand fronted by 50 m wide intertidal sand flats (Fig. 4.188), with numerous boats moored off the flats and many dinghies stored on the beach. It is backed by a car park, grassy reserve and picnic area accessed via Delecta Avenue, together with boat launching at the northern end.
Beach Length: 0.32km
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