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The southern Warrain and Currarong beaches sweep in a near continuous 7 km arc from Kinghorn Point to the Peels Reef at Currarong (Fig. 4.331). The beach initially trends south then slowly swings to the southeast and east by the reefs. The Warrain section (NSW 404) trends for 3.4 km from the point to a slight salient formed in lee of the low rocky reefs of Hammer Head Point. It is backed by a continuous densely vegetated foredune, then the Currarong Road, with access to a picnic area in lee of the point. The southern Currarong beach (NSW 405) trends southeast from the salient for 3.6 km, past the small Plutus Creek mouth, curving round to face north in lee of Peels Reef at the Currarong settlement. Currarong Creek flows out between the end of the beach and the rocky reef. A 10 m high foredune and the road back the beach all the way to Currarong, with beachfront houses backing the southern 1 km, between the Plutus and Currarong creeks. Currarong Creek is used to launch and anchor small fishing boats, which head out through the narrow entrance at high tide. Waves average 1.4 m at the northern end of Warrain Beach but drop to less than 1 m at the southern end and 0.5 m along Currarong. These in turn usually produce rips every 200-300 m along Warrain Beach, with rips decreasing in occurrence and strength along Currarong Beach.
Beach Length: 1.2km
General Hazard Rating: 4/10

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