Kennedia Beach (T 199) is located 300 m to the south in the next small embayment bordered by the 10 m high grassy bluffs of Maysons Bluff to the south. This is a curving, east-facing 300 m long beach with intertidal rocks to either end and a more open sandy central section. Waves break across a low gradient 50 m wide bar. It is backed by tall pine trees then a growing residential sub-division on the backing grassy slopes.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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