Midway Beach (T 1102) commences on the eastern side of the 50 m wide Sulphur Point and trends to the southeast for 900 m to a rocky eastern point. The high tide beach is moderately steep and narrow, with some rock flats extending 300 m east of Sulphur Point. The remainder of the beach grades into a 150 m wide low gradient intertidal beach. A narrow vegetated reserve backs the beach, then the old highway and a row of houses with car parking on the points at either end of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.9km
General Hazard Rating:
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