DOLLS POINT BEACH
Dolls Point was originally a deserted landscape, which was considered uninhabitable. The origins of the name are unclear but legend has it that it was named for an escaped convict who took shelter in the dire landscape to hide from the authorities.
One of the main attractions is Doll Point Beach, which has the whitest sand in Sydney. Fishing and kite surfing are popular activities in the beach.The beach sets out at the rock groyne and continues to the southwest for 550 metres past a seawall and a small tidal pool to a western deviation in the sandy shore at a groyne in front of a sailing club in Georges River. The beach is fairly precipitous and reflective, which is opposite of the deep 1 km wide river mouth to Towra Point.
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