The northern beach (T 181) continues north from the 50 m wide boundary rocks for 300 m to the granite rocks of Coles Bay village. The park entrance ranger station and large car park are located behind the beach. In addition there is a caravan park, picnic shelter and barbecue facilities. The beach is a lower gradient reflective system with deeper water off the beach. It is relatively protected from waves, with boats moored off the northern end of the beach. There is also a boat ramp and jetty on the rocks just west of the northern end.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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