Little Beach (WA 378) is located 50 m further east on the other side of a granite point. It is a straight 80 m long pocket of reflective sand with granite boulders to either end and off the center of the beach. Steep vegetated slopes back both beaches. The eastern and southern base of Mount Gardner are dominated by steep, massive granite slopes and generally deep water close to shore. The only beaches are located deep inside two narrow inlets on the southern side of the mountain
Beach Length: 0.08km
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