Black Point

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Between Stony Point and Black Point is 3 km of 20 m high bluffs fronted by rock flats. In lee of Black Point is a 900 m long south facing sandy beach, (588) backed by several shacks and a camping reserve, and fronted by 300 m wide ridged sand flats, with rock flats to... Read more

Between Stony Point and Black Point is 3 km of 20 m high bluffs fronted by rock flats. In lee of Black Point is a 900 m long south facing sandy beach, (588) backed by several shacks and a camping reserve, and fronted by 300 m wide ridged sand flats, with rock flats to either end. This beach is accessible off the Lowry Point road.

General

Six relatively safe and accessible beaches, receiving some low waves and low surf during southerly conditions, and backed by more than 50 shacks.

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TODAY'S UPDATE

Weather
22°C
Water
22°C
UV Rating
12 / 11

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Camping
Other facilities
Saturday, 22 Jan 11:24

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Port Bonython, SA 5601
Length: 0.9km
General Hazard Rating: 1/10 (Least hazardous)
Beach Key: sa0588
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