Billy’s Beach, Mystery Bay

by Kate Jackson
(Mystery Bay)

Billy’s Beach has no vehicle access and the numerous caves, shells and rock pools make it a wonderful exploring beach.

A vast hill of stones to the rear of this mainly sandy beach (thrown up there by earlier king tides) makes for good skimming ammunition or just a great place to picnic looking out over Montague Island.

Lobster fishermen put in their pots to the south of the beach and right at the southern end is a hole in the cliff wall which at low tide can be climbed through to the neighbouring cove.

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