Beach T 1109 is located on the eastern side of Penguin Point, a 15 m high metasedimentary headland with a house on its crest. The 200 m long beach curves from the eastern side of the point round to parallel the Lonah Road along its southern half. The narrow, moderately steep high tide sand and cobble beach is fronted by 100 m wide intertidal rock flats which link at low tide to two small rock islets. A fringe of trees then the house and road back the beach, with farmland on the southern side of the road.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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