Weather Forecast
21.60°C
Current Temperature
43.00km/h
Wind speed
19.71°C
Water Temperature
0.89m
Swell
0.64m
Tide
11/11
UV
Beach T 1198 commences amongst the boulder flats at the small Curries River mouth and trends to the northeast as a double crenulate high tide sand beach, fronted by near continuous intertidal boulder flats averaging 100 m in width and in places extending 200 m seaward. The beach is backed by a 100 m wide fringe of Holocene foredune then Pleistocene dunes extending up to 4 km inland. A dune-controlled creek flows west to the centre of the beach. The beach can be reached via the footbridge from Beechford and along a vehicle track on the northern side of the Curries River.
Beach Length: 1.8km
General Hazard Rating: 6/11

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