Horderns Beach (PH 7) is a curving 580 m long northeast-facing beach located in Bundeena Bay between Cabbage Tree and Bundeena points. It receives lowered refracted ocean swell which usually maintain a series of regular beach cusps the length of the beach. It is backed by a low dune and beachfront homes for most of its length, with the small Bundeena Gully creek crossing the southern end, and Bundeena Reserve and shops overlooking the southern end. The public wharf is also located on the rocks at the southern end, which provides the best parking, facilities and access to this usually low energy beach.
Beach Length: 0.58km
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