Beach T 132 is located on the southern side of Piccaninny Point and curves to the south for 300 m as a rock-dominated beach. It has a large rock platform at the north end, a 100 m long central rock outcrop and a smaller southern boundary outcrop all in amongst the sand of the beach and surf zone. Waves break up to 100 m offshore over the bar and rocks with a permanent rip against the northern rocks. It is backed by a vegetated foredune, then cleared farmland.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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