Posted on 06 December 2007.
CONTRIBUTED BY DIANA MIDDLETON
I’ve heard about the tidepools, but it’s great to get confirmation:
“We love it because it’s a beach. Enough said. Anyway, they have great sand, great water, nearby restrooms, a park, and a waterslide. My son spent most of his time collecting sand crabs. What more can you ask for??”
Here is a description and directions provided by MCCS:
“Another favorite for beach parties, Torii Station boasts a large playground, locker room with showers and bathrooms, lifeguards, snack bar, newly refurbished covered picnic area, and a large expanse of beach. Don’t forget sports sandals or water shoes – the sand is full of coral that could injure tender feet. And, you’ll need them to walk out onto the exposed reef during low tide to see all the cool creatures that collect in the tide pools. But if you ask kids what they like best about Torii Beach, no doubt they’ll say the large water slide. To get there, head north on Highway 58 and go through Kadena Circle. Watch the blue highway signs for Highway 6 and the turn left at Iramina Intersection. Torii Station is about 4 km on the left.”