Beaches T 10, 11 and 12 are three pockets of rock-dominated sand located along the next 1 km of shoreline. Beach T 10 is a 150 m long east-facing beach bordered by basalt rocks, with rocks also outcropping along and off the beach. Two active sand lobes and a central vegetated core terminate at the rear of the beach and have supplied sand to this small beach. Beach T 11 lies immediately to the south and is a curving 200 m long northeast-facing reflective beach. It is bordered by low basalt rocks, with a few rocks also along and off the eastern end of the beach. It is backed by a 50 m wide zone of tea tree then cleared grazing land. Beach T 12 lies a further 200 m down the shore and is a 100 m long pocket of and fronted by near continuous inter- and sub-tidal rocks and reefs then a sandy seafloor. A few shrubs then cleared grazing land back the beach.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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