Boulder Beach (NSW 233) is located on the north side of Boat Harbour and is readily accessible from the northern park and car park. The small 50 m long southeast-facing beach is composed entirely of boulder and slopes steeply into the rocky bay. It is an interesting place to scramble over, but not suitable for swimming or surfing. It does offer a rocky gully for fishing off the beach or rocks.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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