Weather Forecast
22.80°C
Current Temperature
9.00km/h
Wind speed
26.57°C
Water Temperature
0.48m
Swell
1.72m
Tide
7/11
UV
On the south side of the low Rocky Point is a 4 km long, north-east facing beach that extends down to the protected lee of Cooper Point, capped by 200 m high Mount Cooper. There is access to the north end of the beach from Bramston Beach, which leads to a few houses set behind the beach. There is no other development and no facilities. The beach has a moderately steep high tide beach, fronted by a continuous, 50 m wide bar, which widens considerably toward Cooper Point, resulting in shallow shoals extending several hundred metres off the southern end of the beach.
Beach Length: 4km
General Hazard Rating: 3/11

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