Goat Island is a 23 m high 1 ha islet tied to the shoreline by 100 m wide intertidal rock flats. Beach T 1113 lies to the lee of the island. It is a narrow high tide cobble beach bordered by low protruding rocky points, with rock flats extending out to the island. It is backed by a narrow tree-covered reserve, two houses and the main road.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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