Flowerpot Point extends 200 m east at the southern end of the bay, with beach T 468 located immediately south of the point in a small rocky embayment. The beach is 200 m long and consists of a steep cobble and boulder beach bordered by the point and rock platforms, together with a central rocky bluff and outcrop. Steep vegetated bluffs rising to 40 m in the south back the beach, with blufftop houses behind.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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