Beach 292 lies on the north side and is backed by the main road. The 1.9 km long beach faces northeast and is sheltered by Surveyor Point. Consequently the jetty, boat ramp and boat moorings are located here and conditions are usually calm. The northern sand flats narrow and deepen with seagrass meadows right off much of the beach. A channel has been dredged though the seagrass to the jetty, boat ramp and seawall providing deepwater access at the shore.
Beach Length: 1.9km
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