Beach T 13 is a curving 1.3 km long north-facing beach that commences immediately to the south. The beach is sheltered in its western corner, with waves increasing along the beach as it grades from reflective to low tide terrace at its eastern end against a low basalt point. The eastern half of the beach faces northwest exposing it to the strong westerly winds. These have activated the foredune, which has blown out across the 200 m wide point to beach T 14. A generally low foredune and deflated dune surface and infilled lake back the beach with some clumps of vegetated transgressive dune.
Beach Length: 1.3km
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