Sulphur Creek beach (T 1101) is a curving 250 m long sandy beach bordered by rocky shore and boulders to the west and the low 100 m long Sulphur Point to the east. The moderate gradient high tide beach grades into a 50 m wide low tide terrace, with rock flats continuing into the subtidal, and rocks of the point bordering the eastern end. It is backed by a narrow grassy reserve, which widens in lee of the point and has a car park and toilets, then the old highway and the eastern houses of Sulphur Creek.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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