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Published: December 27th 2021
True to it’s name, Pearl Beach is a ‘Gem’ located on the Western Shoreline, sharing the Peninsula with nearby Patonga. The south end of the beach is placid, sheltered by a rocky point and Lion Island and is favoured by most visitors as a swimming spot. The north end of the beach is known for rough surf and is unofficially called “the dumpers”.
1991 The Pearl Beach pool was heritage listed by the National Trust and provided with a heritage plaque stating that it is ‘a place of continuing recreational and social significance’.
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