Randalls Bay lies 1 km to the west in the centre of Garden Island Bay. The 600 m wide bay faces south-southeast and contains a 750 m long low energy beach (T 505) along its northern shore. An elongate 300 m long point provides additional shelter for the bay, which is largely filled with sand flats and seagrass meadows. Houses are located along the base of Echo Sugarloaf at the eastern end of the bay with Williams Road running along the rear of the small beach to link with Randalls Bay Road. A camping and picnic area and toilets are located at the western end of the beach adjacent to the deflected mouth of Randalls Creek.
Beach Length: 0.75km
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