The small settlement of Werribee South on the northern banks of the Werribee River marks the last public access to the coast, until Beacon Point boat ramp 11 km to the south-west. Beach Road runs on the low bluffs behind the beach, and the beach curves around into the river mouth, where there is a park, picnic area, boat ramp and jetties.
The 1.2 km long beach is narrow and fronted by 200 to 300 m wide sand flats on the open, east facing coast, with a deep tidal channel along the south facing river mouth section.
Beach Length: 1.2km
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