Beach 1334 is a 1.6 km long crenulate beach that is bordered by bluffs and impacted by a discontinuous reef lying 200 m off the beach. Waves break heavily on the reef and three strong rips flow out through gaps in the reef, with a very large rip draining the western ‘embayment’. Largely stable dunes extend up to 1.5 km inland of the beach.
Beach Length: 1.6km
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