Berry Bay is the name of the open 6 km wide section of curving coast between Point Deburg and Corny Point. Along the central section the rocks of Point Deburg continue to West Beach. Amongst the rocks extending for 1 km south of the beach are four small rock and reef bound beaches. Beach 442 and 443 are both neighbouring curving 150 m and 300 m long pocket beaches with granite boulders extending off either end and usually calm conditions at the shore.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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