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Elizabeth Beach is a 1 km long north facing bay with 0.6 km of this being actual beach in New South Wales, Australia.
There is parking in the north, south and centre of the beach. The centre carpark also includes the SLSC established in 1986. At the southern end of the beach small boats can be launched and a small creek drains onto the beach. Waves are usually between 0.5-1m because of the beaches protected nature.
There are two permanent riptides on both the north and south headland. The southern headland goes out 300m and continues until Shelly Beach. The northern point is called Seagull Point. The beach is accessible by both foot and car. Small boats can also be launched from the beach and motored around the beach in good conditions.
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