Beaches T 430-432 occupy three small west-facing embayments located along the base of the western slopes of 112 m high Collins Springs Hill. The slopes of the hill have been subdivided with access to the land and slopes above the beaches along two service roads. Beach T 430 is a 250 m long west-northwest-facing strip of high tide sand fronted by 700 m wide sand flats, with a 50 m wide series of beach ridges then wooded slopes rising to 100 m behind. Beach T 431 lies 100 m to the north and is a similar 150 m long west-facing beach with 500 m wide sand flats, located at the base of a small valley with densely wooded slopes backing the small beach. Beach T 432 occupies the next small valley 500 m to the north. It is a west-facing 300 m long high tide beach with 200 m wide sand flats. Steeply wooded slopes rise to 100 m behind the beach.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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