The eastern side of Round Hill Head is exposed to sea and swell waves and, unlike its western side, consists of 1.5 km of predominantly bare rock, with three small beaches tucked into three gaps in the rocks. There is a car park and monument on the head, which lies directly to the west and above the first beach, with access to the other two beaches from residential streets immediately south of the head.
Beach 1469 is a more protected, 30 m long pocket of cobbles and boulders lying immediately below the small housing estate on the head. It has a rocky beach face and sea floor and is unsuitable for safe swimming, unless calm conditions are prevailing.
Beach Length: 0.03km
General Hazard Rating:
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