Beach T 108 extends the final 100 m to the southern rocks, and consists of a slightly more continuous sandy beach, with scattered rocks along the beach and fingers of rock extending seaward of each end. All three beaches are backed by vegetated slopes rising to 30 m, with a walking track along the backing ridge. They are fronted by a 50-100 m wide surf zone, which breaks amongst the rocks and can produce strong rips, and as a consequence they are unsuited for swimming.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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