Cooee Beach (T 1083) commences at the reef-tied foreland and curves to the east for 600 m to the base of the low Cooee Point, which protrudes 300 m seaward. It is a sandy high tide beach, paralleled by a 50 m wide band of mid tide sand, then 50-100 m wide low tide rock flats, with sandy seafloor beyond (Fig. 4.234). A grassy reserve backs the beach, with car parking at the eastern end, and the highway and Cooee township behind.
Beach Length: 0.6km
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