Cremorne Beach (T 405) is a curving, 1.3 km long east-facing lower energy beach bounded by the steep slopes of Calverts Hill to the north and 100 m wide entrance to Pipe Clay Lagoon to the south (Fig. 4.71), with rising terrain forming the southern side of the entrance. The beach receives waves averaging about 0.5 m, which decrease towards the more sheltered lagoon mouth. The northern-central section of beach is reflective to low tide terrace, with tidal sand shoals extending 100 m out to a 50 m wide tidal channel. During higher waves there is a right-hand surf break across the tidal shoals known as Cremorne Point. The beach is backed by a low 100 m wide barrier, which is covered with beachfront houses, apart from a central public park and access.
Beach Length: 0.001km
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