Wreck Rock (north 2) Beach is patrolled and has green covid status

QLD Gladstone Agnes Water Directions
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Red Rock is a blunt, 30 m high, 500 m long headland fringed by red rocks. South of the headland, the few remaining rocks soon give way to sand and long, straight, sandy beaches (Fig. 3.1a) dominate the coast all the way to the Burnett River mouth. The first five beaches are part of the Deepwater National Park. They all face east-north-east and are well exposed to southerly and easterly waves, that average 0.5 to 1 m in height. The beaches are all composed of relatively coarse sand and have steep high tide beaches fronted by low tide bars, cut by rips every 150 to 200 m on the longer beaches. There is 4WD access from Agnes Water to Red Rock and the beaches to either side, as well as 4WD access from the Deepwater Creek Road to the Wreck Rock picnic and camping area. Beach 1485 is bounded by three sets of rocks that loosely impound the 150 m long beach. It is backed by a low foredune, with the access track reaching the shore in lee of the rocks. On the south side of the rocks, beach 1486 runs for another 2.1 km to Wreck Rock. This beach is backed by a 10 m high foredune that fronts some vegetated parabolic dunes up to 500 m in length. It has a steep high tide beach, with the low tide bar cut by an average of ten rips. It is bordered by the low rocks at each end, with 4WD access to either end.
Beach Length: 0.15km
General Hazard Rating: 4/11

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