Razorback (also Little Beach, NSW 30) is a 120 m long pocket beach wedged in between the southern Evans River entrance wall and the cliffs of Evans Head, below Razorback Lookout. Its location at the river mouth, together with good access and parking and protection from southerly winds make this a popular little beach for fishing, picnicking and swimming. The bar is usually attached and cut by permanent rips at each end.
Five hundred metres round the rocks and also visible from the Razorback Lookout is an 80 m long patch of north-facing sand and rocks on the western side of Half Tide Rocks (NSW 30A). While waves are usually low at this beach, its remote location and the numerous rocks make it unsuitable for swimming.
Beach Length: 0.12km
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