Beach T 371 occupies the southern half of Bellettes Bay. It extends for 800 m along the eastern shore of the west-facing bay, from the northern side of Bellettes Point to a small creek, which forms its northern boundary. Densely wooded slopes rise to 100 m behind the beach, with a slight bedrock induced protrusion in the centre of the beach. It is fronted by ridged sand flats, which widen from 200 m in the south to 400 m in the north. A vehicle track reaches the northern end of the beach where there is a solitary house.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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