Oak Point (beach NT 128) is a low energy recurved spit that extends from the scattered rocks and beachrock on the south side of the marina, for approximately 700 m south to the mangroves of Woods Inlet. It is backed by mangroves and is undeveloped, apart from the remains of a World War 2 bunker toward the northern end. The eroded bunker now lies 50 m from the dune line, indicating the degree of erosion since the war.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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