- This stretch of sand is a continuation of Brighton Beach to the south, but it has a very different character. The choppy, wind-exposed water is more suited to windsurfing than swimming and instead of the quaint bathing boxes on the main beach, the sand here is backed by wild scrub in the Jim Willis Reserve. The beach features a lawn and picnic area, with tables and barbeques, under the Norfolk pine trees. There is an ample parking.
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