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Pardoe Beach (T 1144) commences against the end of the cobble beaches that surround Pardoe Downs, with a car park marking the boundary. It trends to the east-northeast for 3 km to the cobble, reef-tipped Pardoe Point. The first 500 m are a transition from rock flats to sand bar, with a 150 m wide low tide terrace dominating the remainder of the beach. It receives the full force of the westerly wind waves, which average over 1 m and maintain rips in the low tide surf during periods of higher waves. The beach is backed by a 150 m wide series of hummocky foredune ridges, with a waste treatment plant in the east and the western end of Devonport Airport to the west, and farmland extending inland.
Beach Length: 3km
General Hazard Rating: 5/10

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