A pleasant 600m track leads from the car park on Boneo Road to the rugged pebbled beaches of Cairns Bay. The walk follows Tea Tree
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Tea Tree Creek
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A pleasant 600m track leads from the car park on Boneo Road to the rugged pebbled beaches of Cairns Bay. The walk follows Tea Tree Creek and passes through a stand of revegetated native woodland before opening out onto the windswept cliffs and finishes on the beach surrounded by spectacular black basalt cliffs.
The track is steep in places as it descends from the cliff tops to the beach.
Swimming is not recommended as this unpatrolled beach as conditions are often hazardous due to large waves, strong currents and submerged rocky reefs.
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