Dunckels Beach (BI 13) is the first of the beaches viewed from the road and commences immediately south of 20 m high Cemetery Point. The beach trends south for 500 m to a cluster of rocks that separates it from the southern 100 m section (beach BI 14). Both beaches receive low refracted swell averaging about 0.5 m and are usually cusped and reflective. They are backed by a small cleared reserve with a creek deflected to the south and draining out against the rocks that separate the two beaches. The road runs along the rear of the reserve, while low rocky Two Tree Point forms the southern boundary.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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