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On the exposed western side of West Point the coast is 8 km of high cliffed calcarenite coast up to Jussieu Bay. Three kilometres north of the point is a deep indentation containing a100 m long steep boulder beach (808), fronted by a 100 wide sand and rock dominated surf zone and backed by steep 160 m high slopes (Fig. 4.133). It is possible to access this dangerous beach down the slopes from the Memory Bay track.
Beach Length: 0.1km
General Hazard Rating: 10/10

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