Red Chapel Beach (T 453) lies 500 m to the south in a slight indentation in the sloping shore, with bayfront houses lining the slopes to the rear of the beach as well as the slight protrusions to either side. The narrow 150 m long beach is bordered by intertidal rocks, with rocks also outcropping along the shore. It is backed by a seawall and some boatsheds with trees overhanging the beach. It can only be accessed on foot from a small grassy reserve at the southern end.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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