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Sea Hill Point is named after 84 m high Sea Hill, an isolated hill at the north-west tip of the island. Extending west of the hill is a 2 km long series of north facing recurved spits, that curves around to face west into the northern end of The Narrows. There is a lighthouse located on a small hill in lee of the outer spit, with some buildings and a landing also located on the inner spit. The 2.3 km long beach (1391) borders the outer spit, consisting of a moderately steep, curving high tide beach fronted by up to 500 m of low tide sand flats, that narrow into The Narrows tidal channel. The spit is attached in the east to Warner Point, a northern projection of the hill.
Beach Length: 2.3km
General Hazard Rating: 1/11

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