Beach T 1119 commences at the tip of the cobble foreland and trends to the southeast for 900 m to the end of the cobbles at the shallow mouth of Clayton Rivulet and the beginning of the sandy Turners Beach. It is a crenulate high tide cobble beach with uniform intertidal cobble flats extending up to 100 m offshore. A 50-100 m band of trees backs the beach, then a drained wetland containing two ovals. A road from the highway runs straight out to the tip of the foreland.
Beach Length: 0.9km
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