German Point is a 10 m high calcarenite headland that protrudes 200 m seaward and has a high tide sand beach (98) along its southern face. The 150 m long beach is fronted by a 50 m wide intertidal rock platform. On the north side of the point is a second 150 m long pocket sandy beach (99) contained between the point and a smaller northern headland. This beach receives low waves and is steep and barless. It offers the safest swimming along this section of coast.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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