Piedmont Beach (T 202) commences at the rock-strewn mouth of Stony River and continues to the south for another 350 m to the lee of Piedmont Point with wave height decreasing towards the point. The beach is fronted by boulders in the north and sand flats in the southern corner, with a mixture of sand and rocks in between. Waves wrap around the point and break along the edge of the sand flats to produce a right-hand break. The beach is backed by private land containing several houses.
Beach Length: 0.35km
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