Suicide Point is a low vegetated outcrop of granodiorite that is attached to the shore by beaches T 75 and 76. Beach T 75 is a 250 m long east-facing more exposed sandy beach, which receives waves averaging about 1 m. These maintain a low tide terrace, with rocks outcropping on and off the beach. Scotsmans Creek breaks out across the southern end of the beach and The Gardens Road runs along the rear to terminate at its northern end. Beach T 76 is a 50 m long pocket of sand wedged in between the point and the next section of rocky shore, with breaking waves often filling the gap between the rocks. A fishing hut is located on the southern side of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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