Beach 705 begins amongst the low rocky bluffs than extend south of the inlet, the sand gradually increasing along this curving 2 km long beach, which faces north in lee of Tumby Island, where it is backed by a 300 m wide series of foredune ridges. A newer subdivision and foreshore reserve backs the northern bluff dominated 1 km of the beach, with a road running the length of the beach.
Beach Length: 2km
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