Jenny Dixons Beach (NSW 270) lies 100 m to the south, at the base of low cliffs cut in the colourful 200 million year old sandstones and shales of the Narrabeen Group. These rocks also outcrop as rocks and reefs along the beach and form headlands and platforms at each end. The 300 m long beach is protected by reefs and Norah Head with waves averaging less than 0.5 m, which surge up the steep, reflective beach. Access is provided via steps from a cliff top park.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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