Beaches T 1133 and 1134 are located on the rocky 500 m long dolerite point that separates Coles and Back beaches. Beach T 1133 is a 70 m long strip of high tide cobbles fronted by a 50 m wide band of intertidal dolerite rocks. A car park backs the entire beach, with the road behind. Beach T 1134 lies 150 m to the east and is a 60 m long pocket of high tide cobbles, also fronted by rocks extending 100 m offshore. The road clips the rear of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.07km
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