Weather Forecast
12.70°C
Current Temperature
13.00km/h
Wind speed
15.43°C
Water Temperature
0.39m
Swell
0.74m
Tide
Port Wilunga is a growing coastal settlement spread for 1.5 km along the low bluff that runs north of Snapper Point, to a small creek that drains across the beach. A road runs along the top of the bluff to a large car park and caravan park on the south side of the creek, which provides the best access to the beach (Fig. 4.49). The beach (217) extends for 1.5 km from Snapper Point past the creek to a 15 m high, reef fronted, bluff that extends across the high tide beach. In the south it is fronted by a 100 m wide intertidal reef flat, then the ruins of the old port jetty and finally a natural sand beach which usually has an attached bar cut by one to two rips.
Beach Length: 1.5km
General Hazard Rating: 4/10

Patrolled Beach Flag Patrols

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Information

Formal parking area
Formal parking area
Drinking water
Other facilities
Toilets Block M/F

Regulations

Hazards

Topographic rips

Weather

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