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22.90°C
Current Temperature
19.00km/h
Wind speed
22.81°C
Water Temperature
1.01m
Swell
0.32m
Tide
10/11
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South of Conjurong Point and Conjola Lake entrance Conjola Beach (NSW 465) trends to the southeast for 3.3 km to the small Buckleys Point, beyond which Buckleys Beach (NSW 466) continues on to the south for another 1.3 km to Narrawallee Inlet, the permanently open entrance to Croobyar Creek. Both beaches are backed by 10-20 m high foredunes and Narrawallee Nature Reserve. Behind the northern end of Conjola Beach is a large caravan and camping area and the small community of Lake Conjola (population 350). Tracks lead from the park over the 20 m high foredune to the beach. Buckleys can only be accessed via a walking track from Lake Conjola or by boat across the inlet. Wave height is highest on Conjola Beach, averaging 1.6 m, dropping slightly along Buckleys to average 1.3 m at the inlet. These conditions result in strong rips along both beaches, with Conjola having up to 10 rips joined by a continuous trough with the bar separated from the beach (Fig. 4.349). During higher waves a second, outer bar forms. Toward the southern end of Conjola and on Buckleys, which usually has 5 rips, the bar tends to attach to the beach more frequently. In addition Conjola Lake mouth and Narrawallee Inlet produce additional bars, channels and tidal currents.
Beach Length: 1.5km
General Hazard Rating: 7/11

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