Errington Hole is a deep cut in a 20 m high calcarenite headland. Between German Point and the Hole is a 950 m long beach (100) which is afforded a moderate degree of protection of a series of reefs 500 m off the beach. Waves average 1 m at the beach and maintain a few smaller rips. Between the rocky end of this beach and the ‘hole’ is an 80 m long platform beach (101) below the headland. The beach is strewn with rock and boulders and fronted by a 50 m wide intertidal rock platform. On the north side of the hole is a second platform beach (102) a 100 m long high tide sand beach, lying below 20 m high bluffs and fronted by a 100 m wide reef flat.
Beach Length: 0.95km
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