Blacknose Point (aka Black Nose Point) is a 20 metre high basalt headland that forms the northern border of the 400 metre long, east facing Crumpets Beach that is partially protected by Point Danger. A vehicle track leads down the backing bluffs and runs the length of the beach to a car park at the southern end. The beach is composed of basalt cobble and boulders, with a wide, shallow sand bar exposed at low tide, particularly to the south. Waves average about 1 metre.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor