On the eastern side of the point is Mica Beach (NT 130) a 400 m long east-facing sand beach, backed by a low foredune, with boulder rubble and 10 m high headlands to either end, as well as cobbles and boulder along the beach. A few houses sit atop the 100 m wide Talc Head ridge that separates the two beaches.
Beach Length: 0.4km
General Hazard Rating:
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