The central section of the beach (T 63) extends for 750 m between the two low rock outcrops, with Seal Lagoon Creek and its meandering 400 m long narrow lagoon to the rear. Vegetated bedrock backs the southern half of the beach, with dunes deflated to the bedrock behind the northern half. During higher waves the beach has two rips, one on either side of the usually blocked creek.
Beach Length: 0.75km
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