Wangetti Beach is a 4 km long, east-north-east facing beach, running in a near-straight line from Slip Cliff Point in the north to Red Cliff Point in the south. Most tourists to the coast stop at the large car park and lookout on the northern point, that provide a spectacular view of the entire beach. While the beach is highly visible, there is only parking and access at either end. The highway runs a few hundred metres inland from the rest of the beach and there are no facilities.
The beach receives waves averaging 0.5 m, that break across a narrow, continuous bar at low tide and surge up the moderately steep beach at high tide. Hartley’s Creek drains across the northern section, causing the beach to protrude slightly and form a small lagoon in behind the beach. The southern end is eroding and exposing a cobble basement to the otherwise sandy beach.
Beach Length: 4km
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