Cressy Beach (T 205) is a 500 m long, more exposed southeast-facing beach located on the southern side of Webber Point. It is part of the small Cressy Beach Coastal Reserve, with vehicle access off the highway to a car park and picnic area at the southern end of the beach. The beach receives waves averaging 1 m and more, which maintain a well developed low tide terrace, which usually has one to two rips flowing across the bar. In addition rock outcrops along the southern end of the beach, which is bordered by rocky slopes and cleared 10 m high bluffs.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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