East Devonport Beach (T 1140) is the main beach for the area and extends for 400 m from the eastern side of the river training wall to a low reef-tied sand and cobble foreland. The beach faces north between the training wall and foreland and consists of a high tide sandy beach fronted by a 100 m wide low tide terrace, with rock flats bordering the eastern end. The beach has prograded 100 m northwards along the edge of the training wall, with a reserve backing the entire beach and a caravan park behind the western half. This is a low gradient usually low energy to calm beach.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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