Penguin Beach (T 1105) extends for 800 m southeast of 80 m wide Beecraft Point. The point was once the site of the town jetty and has a boat ramp and parking area. Penguin Creek flows out against the point with the crenulate beach extending to the east. It is a steep, narrow high tide beach grading into a mixture of intertidal low tide terrace and rock flats, the rocks dominating the centre. A narrow blufftop reserve backs the beach then the main road and town centre. The Penguin Surf Life Saving Club was located here on the eastern Surf Club Point from 1931 until it moved to the sandier Preservation Bay in 1979.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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