Watcombe Beach (T 1106) lies on the eastern side of Surf Club Point. It is a 450 m long, north-facing beach with a 50 m wide sandy low tide bar, bordered and fringed by extensive rock flats, particularly to the east. A low narrow foredune, then an embankment rising up to the old rail line, back the beach, the line now used as a bike path with the road behind the beach. A Lions Club picnic area is located on the western Surf Club Point.
Beach Length: 0.45km
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