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To the east of Blythe Heads is a 200 m long section of rocky shore and rock flats, followed by beach T 1096 which curves to the east for a further 200 m terminating at a low protruding rocky point. This is a narrow sandy high tide beach, backed by some cobbles and fronted by 200 m wide ridged rock flats. A row of house parallels the rear of the beach, then the highway. Beach T 1097 commences on the eastern side of the rocky point, 200 m to the east. It is a curving 100 m long pocket of high tide cobbles and sand, fronted by 200-300 m wide rock flats. Houses border the western side of the point with a bike track on the old railway and the highway running right behind the centre of the beach, and a seawall bordering the eastern side. The community of Heybridge is located on the southern side of the highway.
Beach Length: 0.1km
General Hazard Rating: 5/10

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