Thanks for that, OK I know where it is now. I used to do surveys up that way and well past there for different geological outfits when i was flying helicopters, fab country. Wish I had one now to be able to just drop in where ever. For these days I stick to the 'salt' more reliable and can't handle the earthy taste from fresh water fish.
Are you using the boat ramp on the northern side? If so, drive to the end (I think it is called Fairway Dr) to the golf club, go through the car park and at the end are steps leading down to a small beach. There is plenty of parking outside the car park. You will pick up good bream and flathead off that little beach...and most of the time you will have the beach to yourself
The cliffs opposite the golf club appears to be good I have never fished the cliffs but you see plenty of boats along there.
At the top just before Fairway Dr is a little park with BBQ and toilets. Walk down the path under the bridge...Now, I have not fished under the bridge for maybe 25 years...but there is a flatish rock ledge. Live bait off that rock for some really good dew
I saw that the restaurant at the southern end has been demolished !!...I applied for a job cooking there once. Anyway, about 3 or 4 years ago a baby great white was caught (or trapped in a rock pool) right there at the restraurant. It was about 3 or 4 foot in size.
That is enough tips to get you going on your door step...Then you can head East to Greenwell Point and Orient Point.
itsaboat mate...Life is just a boat and then ya marry one !