Weather Forecast
14.80°C
Current Temperature
17.00km/h
Wind speed
18.92°C
Water Temperature
0.99m
Swell
1.76m
Tide
5/11
UV
Sheoak Flat is an irregular sandy foreland that extends for 2.5 km along the shore. It protrudes a maximum of 200 m and is backed by sloping 20 m high grassy bluffs. The access road runs 200 m in from the beach and there are two small holiday settlements on the flat. The northern beach (284) is a crenulate 750 m long east facing sandy beach, which has been building out into the gulf toward the southern end. The beach and foreland is in a natural state apart from about 12 shacks set in the scrub toward the southern end. The northern beach (284) is a crenulate, 750 m long, east facing sandy beach, which has been building out into the gulf toward the southern end. The beach and foreland are in a natural state, apart from about twelve shacks set in the scrub toward the southern end.
Beach Length: 0.75km
General Hazard Rating: 1/10

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