Between Wreck Bay and Coal Point is 3 km of crenulate, south-west facing, sandy shore, backed by dunes extending up to 500 m inland and fronted by near continuous intertidal rock flats. At high tide, the 1 to 1.5 m high waves break over the submerged reefs and produce a narrow, steep beach. At low tide, the rocks are exposed (and the beaches high and dry). There is road access to the fishing shacks at Harmers Haven, with a short walk over the dune to the beach.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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