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On the western side of beach 812, and in lee of Cape Tournefort is beach 813, a 650 m long sand beach, dominated by intertidal calcarenite reef. While waves are lowered to average less than 1.5 m, three permanent rips, one central and two boundary cross the 100 m wide surf zone. There is a parking area above the western side of the beach providing a good view of the beach and access down the dune covered slopes.
Beach Length: 0.65km
General Hazard Rating: 7/10

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Topographic rips


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