East Sandy Point (E) Beach is patrolled and has green covid status

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Beach T 1225 commences at the tip of the point and trends to the southeast for 2.1 km. This is a sheltered low energy beach. It is a narrow crenulate discontinuous high tide sand beach interrupted by and fronted by continuous, irregular 100-200 m wide intertidal rock flats. The beach is only supplied with sand from dunes transgressing across the rear of the point. As the dunes are now largely vegetated through planting, the sandy supply has decreased resulting in beach erosion and greater exposure of the rock flats.
Beach Length: 2.1km
General Hazard Rating: 3/10

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