Zilzie



Just south of Emu Park on the northern banks of
 Coorooman Creek is the growing township of Zilzie
 Zilzie Beach is the longest and most accessible of the three beaches. It is 600m long and has finer sand than either Rocky Point and Arthur Point.

Waves and Tide
Zilzie Beach has a 200m wide, low gradient high and low tide beach. Better chance of low, spilling breakers at Arthurs Point and Zilzie than at Rocky Point.

Swimming
Zilzie is the most accessible and safest, despite being dominated by rocky boundaries.

Fishing
Best results are off the rocks at high tide.

Facilities
There is a small car park at the northern end, an amenities block in the centre and a picnic area toward the south, with houses backing the beachfront road.

-  Parking -  Toilets                                         
-  Drinking Water Available