Sloping granite rocks fringed by boulders extend 500 m south of the cove to a sloping granite headland on the south side of which is Cosy Corner, a 100 m wide south-facing embayment containing an 80 m long protected reflective beach (T 83). Sloping granite points border the beach, with a 50 m wide granite reef off the centre resulting in waves averaging about 0.5 m at the shore. A walking track leads to the rear of the beach, where there is a campsite. One hundred metres of sand and rocks separate the beach from beach T 84 which trends for 400 m south to Old Man Rocks with rocks also scattered along the northern end of the beach. This is a more exposed east-facing beach, with higher waves generating rips to each end of the beach and an occasional central rip. There is vehicle access to the centre of the beach, where there is a camping area, with a second campsite at the southern end adjacent to a small usually blocked lagoon.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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