Kyeemagh beach is located at the northern end of Lady Robinson Beach which stretches down to Dolls Point and has several other netted baths dotted along it. The beach slopes gently and has includes netted swimming enclosure. The beach is adjacent to a wide expanse of the reserve, known as Cook Park, and in close proximity to a children’s playground, cafe and bike track. At the far northern tip, about 150m north of the fenced off baths and adjacent to the carpark, is a designated Off Leash Dog Area. At the northern end a section of the beach where it meets the mouth of the Cooks River is known as an excellent fishing spot.
Beach Length: 0.001km
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