Home Beach (T 1267) curves to the north-northwest from the central rocks for 800 m to a sloping grass-covered rocky shore that trends west for 1 km. The beach receives waves averaging about 1 m, which break across a 150 m wide low tide bar, with rips forming against the boundary rock during periods of higher waves. It is backed by a grassy foredune then several well vegetated parabolic dunes, the longest reaching 700 m inland, then cleared grazing land (Fig. 4.287).
Beach Length: 0.8km
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