Buckleys Bay is a small, attractive, 150 m long beach, bordered by a low basalt point and boulders and backed by 10 to 20 m high dunes. There is a caravan park behind the dunes with foot access to the beach. The beach faces south-east and receives waves averaging 1 m. These waves usually maintain a shallow, continuous bar, with rips forming against the rocks during higher waves.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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