Beach NSW 340 is located in a gap on the rocky western side of the tip of Port Hacking Point. It consists of a 20 m long break in the rocks where sufficient sand usually accumulates to form a 30 m long beach. It can be reached on foot from Jibbon and is used more for fishing than swimming.
Beach Length: 0.03km
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