Beach T 1137 commences at the low rocks that mark the end of Bluff Beach and curves to the southeast then east for 700 m to the western breakwater of the Mersey River mouth (Fig. 4.252 The wide reserve continues the length of the beach to the river. The beach is steep and narrow and composed of cobbles, with the intertidal rock flats extending 100 m offshore. The Mersey River surf break runs along the side of the breakwater.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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