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Brook beach is on the West of The Island. It is a medium to large sized beach popular for its fossils and beachcombing, and sometimes surfing.  Use the pay and display car park and walk down to the beach for access which is not far.  There are no facilities at this beach nor near it and the village of Brook is not near the beach like other places.

Brook Bay is popular for finding dinosaur fragments along the shores. Here, many rolled fragments get caught up in the shingle and you can find these remains by simply searching along the foreshore. Sometimes Reptile and larger bones may also be found.


About half of the beach in view, looking towards Freshwater Bay {hidden out of view} and the white chalky Highdown Cliffs which are on the other side of The Needles.

 

 


Typical cliff edges at Brook, a lot of this coastal edge suffers from fairly gradual erosion.


T
he view from the end of Brook beach at Hanover point. So in the very far distance would be Freshwater Bay and in the near distance and set back out of view is the next beach of Compton Bay. This has a larger car park than Brook's and Toilets.

 

 

 

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