Middleton Rocks beach (150) is dominated by dipping metasedimentary rocks which both border and front much of the 400 m long beach, with a central 30 m area clear of rock providing access to the ocean. Waves break across the rock reefs and a permanent rip flows out in front of the sand pocket. There is a car park at the western end of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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