Rocky Beach (NSW 163) commences 500 m to the south and is a 400 m long beach composed of coarse sand and pebbles with rocks dotted throughout the beach and surf. Whilst the main road runs on the 30-40 m high bluffs behind the beach the only access is via a steep walking track off the Flynns Beach road at the southern end. This little used beach is suitable for a walk but not for swimming. Its exposed location, four permanent rips against the headlands and rocks and its isolated setting make this a hazardous beach.
Beach Length: 0.425km
General Hazard Rating:
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