Casuarina Beach is site of the Darwin surf club, and is part of the Casuarina Coastal Reserve, a 1,180 ha reserve that encompasses the entire 4.5 km long beach, as well as Lee Point. The 5 km long reserve offers a wide range of recreational facilities, as well as a section for nude bathing. The continuous sand beach begins on the eastern side of the Dripstone Cliffs and consists of a wide high tide beach, fronted by 200-300 m wide intertidal sand flats containing two low ridges and runnels. The beach terminates at rock flats that lie off sandy Lee Point. The surf club is located toward the southern end of the beach and is surrounded by the grassy reserve.
Beach NT 298, faces west across the port. The beach is bordered by rock debris from the bluff in the south, with a small tidal creek and rock flats at its northern end.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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