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Certainly not befitting its namesake, Foul Bay is a beautiful sheltered bay on the leeward side of Cosy Corner.

It looks out to Hamelin Island and other limestone outcrops. It’s out of the wind and protected from swell, and sometimes graced with dolphins. Access is via a gravel road, and the only facility is a long drop toilet.

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Google Reviews

13
Mar
2021
Nice peter zheng
23
Jan
2021
Dont think we went to the right side of foul bay (as was a 4wd track bear cemetery) but nonetheless beautiful and only one other family there. Aly M
16
Feb
2020
Foul Bay is an awesome beach - we love it! The kids love to surf there 😊 Lisa Spicer
29
Dec
2018
Awesome place. Diego Lorenzo
15
Mar
2019
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