Queens Beach South (1569) is a 600m long sand beach, extending from the Grants Creek seawall to the concrete Redcliffe Pier. The beach consists of a high tide sandy-gravely beach, with lateritic rock along the base of the beach and rock sand flats off the beach. A shady reserve of Norfolk Island pines and walkway backs the beach, then 20m high slopes, ontop of which is the main road then the Redcliffe town centre.
Beach Length: 1km
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