Beaches T 70 and 71 are two near continuous beaches that extend for 1.2 km south of Garden Lagoon (Fig. 4.13). A 400 m long crenulate boulder beach separates the lagoon from beach T 70, which curves to the south for 350 m to a sand and boulder foreland lying to the lee of inshore reefs. Waves average about 1 m and maintain a low tide terrace beach, with a right-hand surf break over the southern rocks-reef. It is backed by high tide boulders and cleared farmland.
Beach Length: 0.35km
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