The O’Sullivan Beach settlement is fronted by a rocky section of coast that extends up to Point Curlew and on to Seacliff. Immediately south of the rocks is the sand beach (227) backed by the sewer farm, while to the north is the small O’Sullivan Beach boat harbour, built primarily to provide a safe, all weather boat ramp. Wedged in between the large boat ramp and the southern harbour wall is a 50 m long north-facing sand beach.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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