Eagles Nest is a sandstone sea stack that sits on a wide rock platform and is awash at high tide. On the eastern side of the Nest is a 250 m long platform beach lying at the base of 40 m high, vegetated bluffs. It is fronted by continuous, low tide rock flats and several rock reefs. The Nest and reefs reduce waves at the beach to about 1 m and produce a narrow, steep beach. The surf is dominated by the rocks and reefs.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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