Beach 823 occupies the front of a sloping valley. It is 500m long, faces south-east into the Trades and is fringed by boulder beaches and 100m high rocky headlands and slopes. The beach itself consists of a low, narrow high tide beach, with a 50m wide low tide bar, along the edge of which are usually two to three rips, with another two permanent rips against the boulders.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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