Beaches T 1141-1143 surround a low protruding section of cobble shoreline that fronts the Pardoe Downs subdivision. Beach T 1141 commences at the foreland that borders East Devonport Beach and curves to the northeast for 400 m to the next foreland. It is a steep cobble beach fronted by 150 m wide rock flats, with some patches of intertidal sand. Beach T 1142 trends to the east for another 400 m to the next foreland and is a similar cobble beach with 100 m wide rock flats. Both beaches are backed by a low grassy reserve and the expanding subdivision, with North Caroline Street terminating behind the centre of beach T 1142. Beach T 1143 commences at the northernmost cobble foreland and trends to the southeast for 750 m to the beginning of the sandy Pardoe Beach. The rock flats narrow southwards to about 50 m, with a narrow scrub-covered reserve behind the beach then the subdivision and vacant land.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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