Pretty Beach (NSW 498) is located 800 m to the south at the base of the next rocky bay, and lies just inside the northern boundary of Murramarang National Park. This is a more exposed southeast-facing pocket beach, 250 m in length and backed by a 20 m high 100 wide foredune, then a camping area on the backing slopes. Waves average 1.4 m which usually maintain an attached bar. A permanent rip flows out past boulder beach and reef against the northern Snapper Point (Fig. 4.363).
Beach Length: 0.2km
General Hazard Rating:
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