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A north-facing bay encircled by shallow reefs and pocketed by sand - this bay is protected from the strong currents making it a favourite swimming location

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      Little Armstrong Bay lies 400m to the east and consists of an 80m long pocket of sand bordered by steep 30m high calcarenite bluffs. Shallow reefs extend several hundred meters off the beach resulting in usually calm conditions at the shore. A circuit off the main road runs out to the top of the beach which is a popular swimming spot.

      Note that the beach is unpatrolled. 

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