Beach NSW 351 is located directly east of the Lawrence Hargraves Lookout and more than 200 m below. It is a small 50 m long patch of sand occupying a natural 90 m wide amphitheatre in the sheer cliff face. It can only be reached around the steep rocks from Stanwell Park. It is fronted by a rock strewn surf and drained by a strong permanent rip, and is not recommended for anything.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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