Beach T 407 lies 2 km to the south and 500 m north of Cape Deslacs. It is a similar 100 m long high tide cobble beach sloping into deeper water. Steep 50 m high bluffs back the beach. The cape is part of an 80 ha nature reserve, which includes a mutton bird nesting area. It is accessible along a track from the rear of Clifton Beach.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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