Beach T 123 is located in a small 200 m wide embayment at the southern end of Four Mile Creek Beach, and is bordered to the south by the sloping 20 m high Burial Point. The 150 m long beach consists of a high tide cobble beach fronted by a sandy bay floor, with rocky points bordering each side. It is backed by grassy slopes, with two houses and a boat ramp on the southern rocky shore of the bay.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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