Stewarts and Ladies bays are located in a 500 m wide southeast-facing bay located between Garden and Fryingpan points. Beach T 313 occupies the western shore of Stewarts Bay. It is a narrow curving 500 m long, high tide reflective beach fronted by 200 m wide sand flats then patchy seagrass. Alberry Creek drains out at the southern end of the beach shoaling the sand flats. A few dinghies are usually stored on the beach, which has a boat ramp towards the creek mouth. A cluster of houses back the southern half of the bay, while the north half is backed by the tree-covered Stewarts Bay State Reserve.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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