Egg Beach (T 307) begins past the southern rocks of Quarry Beach and runs to the southeast for 500 m, with a central rock outcrop and rock platforms to either end. Waves begin to decrease in height down the beach, however they are large enough to maintain a continuous 50 m wide bar, with rips against the rocks particularly toward the northern end. The beach is backed by densely vegetated bluffs, with the Blowhole Road running above the beach to provide access.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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