Beach T 1100 lies on the eastern side of the outcrops and curves to the east for 400 m to the next section of rocky shore. It is a moderately steep high tide sandy beach with continuous intertidal rock flats and a couple of patches of intertidal sand. The old rail line and highway parallel the rear of the beach, with the houses of Sulphur Creek across the highway at the eastern end of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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