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The eastern side of Noosa Head faces into the prevailing southerly swell and winds, and is a far more energetic shoreline. The basalt rocks of the head extend south for 2 km to Paradise Caves, with two beaches in between. The Noosa walking track runs to the head and along the back of both beaches and on to neighbouring Sunshine Beach. The Devils Kitchen is a 60 m long, steep cobble and boulder beach (1538) located in a gap in a the rocks. The rocky beach is, however, fronted by a low tide sand bar, with a permanent rip against the northern rocks. It is backed by 20 m high bluffs, with access down a steep track. Due to the difficult access, rocks, rips and higher waves, this is a very hazardous little beach.
Beach Length: 0.06km
General Hazard Rating: 3/10

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