Errington Hole beach (103) is a 600 m long sandy beach that curves north of Errington Hole, to a small reef controlled cuspate foreland. Waves average 1 to 1.5 m and maintain a continuous bar, usually cut by two beach rips, with permanent rips against the boundary rocks. The 4WD track runs along the beach. On the north side of the sandy foreland, the southern Little Dip beach (104) continues for 500 m in two arcurate sweeps to the 20 m high bluffs of Little Dip. This beach is more protected by reefs and waves average about 0.5 m, which maintain a steep, barless beach, usually free of surf and rips. Active dunes extend up to 1.5 km in from the beaches.
Beach Length: 0.6km
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