Dunn Point beach (453) is a 4.2 km long north facing strip of high tide and fronted by 300 to 400 m wide intertidal sand flats, then seagrass meadows. Three small linear settlements of Coney Point, The Dairy and Collins Beach back most of the beach, with good access and numerous tracks to the usually calm beach. Collins Beach settlement sits atop low calcarenite bluffs which forms the eastern boundary of the beach.
Beach Length: 4.2km
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