The western Don Heads beach (T 1130) is a cobble recurved spit which is attached at its western end to the base of the 50 m high heads, and curves to the southeast for 200 m into the river entrance. An earlier recurve has impounded a 2 ha wetland, which is encircled by the Don Heads Nature Trail. The narrow cobble ridge is fronted by 100-200 m wide intertidal rock flats, with the river channel hugging the eastern tip and rear of the spit (Fig. 4.247). The beach is accessible by car from the Don Heads Road.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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