Bull Pup Beach (NSW 491) is a curving 350 m long south-facing beach located between the western side of Wilfords Point and Bull Pup Point, whose reefs meet 180 m offshore, causing higher waves to break on the eastern reefs. The points and reefs lower waves to less than 1 m at the beach where they maintain a steep, cusped reflective beach, with boulders and rocks along the eastern half. It is backed by early Holocene transgressive dunes rising to 10 m and some of the extensive Murramarang middens, while a small soak drains out towards the western end.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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