Muirs (w 1)

Unpatrolled Unpatrolled

Beach T 186 commences immediately west of the rocky point that borders Saltwater Creek and Muirs Beach. The 300 m long beach curves slightly to the west to a small rock outcrop and is backed by sand-draped bluffs rising to 10 m. It has rock reefs off the eastern end... Read more

Beach T 186 commences immediately west of the rocky point that borders Saltwater Creek and Muirs Beach. The 300 m long beach curves slightly to the west to a small rock outcrop and is backed by sand-draped bluffs rising to 10 m. It has rock reefs off the eastern end and usually has a lower gradient low tide terrace. Beach T 187 is a 100 m long pocket of more protected sand located between the boundary rock outcrop and a 200 m wide rocky point. The beach is usually reflective with low wave to calm conditions and a central rock outcrop. It is backed by blufftop holiday villas, with access tracks down to the beach.

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TODAY'S UPDATE

Weather
14°C
Water
13°C
UV Rating
6 / 11
Thursday, 21 Oct 8:45

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Coles Bay, TAS 7215
Length: 0.3km
General Hazard Rating: 4/10 (Moderately hazardous)
Beach Key: tas0186
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