Point Henry forms the southern entrance to Corio Bay, as it protrudes 3 km northward into the bay. Most of the point is occupied by salt works and the Alcoa processing plant. A sealed road runs out past the plant to the point. There is a reserve with parking and limited facilities on the point, including beach boat launching.
The 1 km beach lies on the north-eastern tip of the point, between the point and the 1 km long Alcoa jetty. The northern half is a low, narrow spit extending northward into the bay. The beach is low and shelly and is fronted by 100 to 200 m wide sand flats.
Beach Length: 1km
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