I am not sure what the good folk of Iluka call this little beach. It is located just inside the river mouth of the Clarence River. In the distance is the historic Moriaty's Wall.
Moriarty's Wall was named after W.B.D Moriarty, the Public Works Department engineer who inspected the mouth of the Clarence River in 1860 and first proposed a scheme to make the river mouth safer for shipping. Work on the wall began in 1870. After completion the Yamba Pilot, Captain F Freeburn claimed that it had made the situation worse. In 1885 a new scheme proposed by Sir John Goode saw a large section of Moriarty's Wall dismantled. This is the last remaining section of Moriarty's Wall that was maintained in the Goode Scheme.