Beach T 155 commences on the southern side of Isaacs Point and curves slightly to the south for 300 m to a series of shore-perpendicular lines of rocks. Rocks are scattered off each end of the beach, with a more continuous 50 m wide bar in between cut by occasional rips during periods of higher waves. The access road reaches the rear of the beach with a few parking and campsites overlooking the beach.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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