Lighthouse Jetty Beach (BI 45) is the site of the now disused jetty for the Cape Bruny lighthouse located 4 km to the south. The ruins of the jetty are located at the western end of the beach against the boundary rocks. The beach curves to the east for 700 m to 29 m high Wares Point. It is a low energy north-facing reflective beach fronted by 100 m wide sand flats. It is backed by a low narrow foredune then a 150 m wide 4 ha wetland (Figure 4.106). There is vehicle access to the old jetty with a camping area and toilets at the western end of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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