Picnic Point Beach (T 1115) commences at the point and curves slightly to the southeast for 800 m to the western training wall of the River Leven (Fig. 4.243). This beach has largely accumulated since the construction of the training wall and is occupied by a large recreation reserve, with a campground on the point, a caravan park in the east, a reserve in the centre and tennis courts in the west. The narrow high tide sandy beach is fronted by a 200 m wide low gradient low tide terrace.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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