Berry Beach lies at the end of Berry Beach Road, where there is a car park on the 40 m high bluffs behind the beach, but no other facilities. The beach is 1 km long and faces south-west. It is backed by grassy bluffs, with Redcliff Head and extensive reefs bordering the eastern end, and Berry Reef and Wild Dog Bluff at the western end. Native Dog Creek also drains out at the western end.
The beach receives waves averaging 1.5 m and has a wide, low beach fronted by extensive intertidal rocks and reefs at each end. Only the central 200 m provides a sandy surf zone, although it is bordered by strong, permanent rips against the reefs.
Beach Length: 1km
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