Scotts Point is the start of a 1km long low rocky bluff and reef section that terminates at the southern Woody Point. Along the central northern section is a narrow 200m long high tide beach (1571), backed by a boulder seawall, walkway and vegetated bluffs, with rocks and reefs littering the intertidal zone.
Beach Length: 0.5km
General Hazard Rating:
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