Beach T 68 lies a further 100 m to the south and is a similar 100 m long pocket of sand backed by a small valley. All four beaches vary in width and when eroded usually have a permanent rip draining each small embayment. When filled with sand during lower wave conditions, their lengths increase slightly and reflective to low tide terrace conditions can prevail.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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