One kilometre southeast of Burial Point is the next open embayment containing McIntyres Beach (T 124). The beach curves to the southeast for 800 m and consists of a lower gradient beach with a usually attached bar cut by two to three rips. It is backed by a low grassy foredune breached by three small creeks, including the central Tin Creek. Wooded slopes extend inland, with the road 0.5-1 km to the west. There is vehicle access in the south via the holiday village.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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