Calverts Beach (T 411) commences on the western side of the small headland and trends west-southwest for 2.3 km to the sedimentary rocks of 30 m high Goat Bluff. The beach is exposed to moderate to occasionally high waves and usually has ten or more rips along the beach, together with rips against either headland. The beach is backed by now vegetated transgressive dunes extending between 300 and 400 m inland, then the 30 ha Calverts Lagoon, a landlocked dry lake. Most of beach, dune and all the lake is part of the 67 ha South Arm State Recreation Area. There is vehicle access off the South Arm Road through the dunes to the beach.
Beach Length: 2.3km
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