Beach NT 295 is located along the northern side of the point and faces northwest into the main Port Essington. It consists of a 4.2 km long sand beach, backed initially by scarped red 10 m high bluffs and then a vegetated series of beach ridges to terminal recurved spits, which enclose a small lagoon. The ridge-spits widen from 250 m in the north to a maximum of 800 m in the south. Pulses of sand move along the beach and form a series of intertidal sand ridges along the southern tip
Beach Length: 4.2km
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