Between the second headland south of Agnes Water and Rocky Point is a near-continuous, 3 km strip of sandy shore, broken into five beaches by a series of small, rocky points. All the beaches face east-north-east and generally receive waves averaging 0.5 to 1 m. The waves, together with the medium sand, produce generally moderate to steep high tide beaches fronted by a 50 m wide low tide bar, with rips prominent on all beaches and permanent rips against the rocks.
Beach 1477 is the longest of the five beaches, at 1.3 km. It is bordered by low, rocky points, in addition to some rocks along the centre and at the southern end of the beach. It has a continuous low tide bar that is cut by up to six rips spaced every 150 m, plus rips against the boundary rocks.
Beach Length: 1.3km
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