Station Point is a low, sandy point anchored by intertidal rock reefs. On the western side of the point is a low, 1 km long sandy spit extending to the south. The dynamic spit partially encloses a 50 ha area of mangroves. The beach (1393) fronts the spit and consists of a moderate gradient high tide beach fronted by 500 m wide sand flats with outcrops of rock reefs also occurring along the beach. There is a fishing camp in amongst the casuarina trees and 4WD access to the camp.
Beach Length: 1km
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