Rokeby Beach (T 441) is located in the northwestern corner of the bay. It is a curving south-facing 2.3 km long low energy beach fronted by narrow sand flats. It is bordered to the east by the low Mill Point which is backed by the police academy, with Clarence Creek draining out across the western end of the beach below the rising slopes of the 100 m high Rokeby Hills. The beach continues for 200 m south of the creek mouth with tidal shoals extending off the mouth. In between the high ground is low flat land occupied in the west by a sewage treatment works. The Clarence Road crosses the creek at the western end of the beach, where a boat ramp is located.
Beach Length: 2.3km
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