Casuarina Clump is the name given to the casuarinas that used to cover the now cleared dunes. The Clump is fronted by a 3.5 km long, crenulate beach (F6) with a shape that is dominated by four major rock reef systems along the shore, producing a crenulate shoreline that protrudes in lee of the reefs, with more open water in between. The northern end is sufficiently open to receive some waves and surf, and commonly has a few rips. Grassy, stabilised, 200 m wide, low dunes back the northern end of the beach, decreasing in width toward the south.
Beach Length: 3.5km
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