Beach K 360 is located on the northern side of Battery Point, immediately west of a sea stack called Needle Rock. The 500 m long beach faces north and is located at the base of a 100 m high sandstone escarpment. The beach consists of a narrow strip of high tide boulders, fronted by 150 m wide rock flats, then fringing reef. A small creek drains across the middle of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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