Greys Bay (951) is located just around some granite rocks from the eastern end of Queens Beach, with the road running right behind half of the 250 m long, west facing beach. There is a boat ramp at its southern end. Beaches 952 and 953 have a few houses behind each, while Cape Edgecumbe beach (954) is backed by vegetation and large boulders, with only foot access.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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