Coffeys Gulch (beach T 73) lies 200 m to the south with a farmhouse on the cleared slopes in between. It is a similar protected rock-strewn high tide beach, with rocks littered along and extending off beach as linear reefs. A farmhouse backs the beach and the western end of the gulch has a boat ramp for launching small boats out through the rocky reefs that dominate the shoreline.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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