Cocoanut Point lies immediately north of the point and is bounded by the point and a low, rocky outcrop that occupies the high tide beach.
Waves and Tides Cocoanut Point is a 300 metre-long continuation of the main beach (Cocoanut Beach), however the tidal channel lies just off the southern rocks, cutting off the sand flats and producing a deep channel and strong tidal currents
at low tide.
No surf at this beach.
Swimming Cocoanut Point is one of three low energy beaches best for swimming at high tide. Be careful if out on the tidal flats at low tide, as they are bordered by the deep tidal channel.