Mulambin Beach (1370) lies on the south side of Bluff Point and runs due south for 2 km to Pinnacle Point, with the 200 m wide low tide beach extending out to, and at times around, the point (Fig. 2.12b). Like Kemp Beach, Mulambin also receives low waves and has a low gradient, fine sand beach with waves spilling across a wide, shallow surf zone at low tide and a moderately steep beach at high tide. The beach is backed by a 10 m high, casuarina-covered foredune and the main road, with a caravan park and camping reserve located between the road and the beach. There is also access at the northern end for launching boats off the beach at high tide. The northern slopes of Pinnacle Point comprise a small national park and also provide excellent views of both Mulambin and the southern Kinka Beaches.
Beach Length: 2km
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