Three hundred metres to the west is 150 m long beach 1330, a bluff bordered and backed beach, with a continuous 150 m wide reef fronting the beach. Waves break across the reef and one large rip drains the surf. A track off the main 4WD track runs out to the top of the bluffs and along the bluffs to the west.
Beach Length: 1.5km
General Hazard Rating:
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