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Mays Beach (T 403) is a curving 1 km long east-facing beach located immediately south of May Point, with 79 m high Richardson Hill rising behind the northern half of the beach. The beach is moderately sheltered from the southerly waves by rocky coast that protrudes 1.5 km to the east and rises to 138 m high Calverts Hill. The beach receives waves averaging about 0.5 m, which maintain a reflective to narrow low tide terrace beach. It is backed by farmland in the north and a few private houses in the south, with no public access to the shore. During higher waves there is a right-hand break along the southern point, called Mays Point or Maze.
Beach Length: 1km
General Hazard Rating: 3/11

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