. It is separated by 200 m of mangroves from beach NT 172, which extends for another 2.5 km to where the coast swings to face south. This relatively straight beach is also backed by the 10 m high wooded coastal plain and fronted by 200 m wide mud and some rock flats.
To the west of the coastal inflection lies Wurgurlu Bay, an open south-facing 20 km long bay containing five beaches.
Beach Length: 2.5km
General Hazard Rating:
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