The Mandorah jetty crosses the Picnic Point rock flats which form the boundary with Picnic Cove beach (NT 127), a 500 m long moderately steep high tide sand beach and 100 m wide low tide bar. The southern end abuts the 100 m long groyne that forms the northern side of the small Mandorah marina and boat ramp. There is sealed road access to the jetty and two large car parks behind the beach as well as the Mandorah hotel-resort behind the southern end of the beach and marina.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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