Dunalley Beach (T 377) commences 500 m further north and is a 1.1 km long slightly curving west-southwest-facing shelly high tide beach fronted by 500 m wide ridged sand flats, with up to 30 m subdued ridges. These are the best developed ridges in Norfolk Bay. The highway runs along the rear of the beach with cleared farmland to the eastern side. A low 300 m wide wooded point separates it from beach
Beach Length: 1.1km
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