Lipson Cove beach (691) is 1.1 lm long and faces east in the north, curving round to face north in lee of Lipson Island. The small Island is tied to the beach at low tide, and is a conservation park. The beach usually has low waves breaking across a 50 m wide continuous bar (Fig. 4.118). Bare flat sand flats back the southern half of the beach and are used as a car park, with some low dunes to the north.
Beach Length: 1.1km
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