Beach T 379 occupies the northern section of Dunalley Bay. It commences west of the canal entrance and curves round the top of the bay for 800 m, facing south down the bay and across 300-400 m wide sand flats. Oyster racks are located across the western section of the sand flats. The narrow high tide beach is backed by the Fulham Road and cleared farmland, with the cleared slopes of 30 m high Stroud Point forming the western boundary.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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