Shack Bay is named after the fishers shacks that used to occupy the back of this small beach. The 150 m long beach lies in a 200 m wide gully, and is fronted by near continuous rock flats. A small gap in the middle is used to launch fishing boats. The main road runs on the bluffs above the beach, and there is a walking track from the road down to the beach.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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