Gypsy Bay is located 1 km to the southwest and lies to the lee of Primrose Point. It is an open southeast-facing bay and contains one small beach (T 389). The beach is a sheltered southeast-facing 100 m long steep cobble beach, backed by 5 m high bluffs then houses. A boat ramp and protecting groyne cross the centre of the beach, with the groyne extending 50 m out to the edge of the sand flats. Several boat sheds and jetties lie at the base of the bluffs to either side of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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