Beach T 190 is a 250 m long southwest-facing strip of high tide boulders, fronted by a sandy low tide terrace, and bordered by boulders and rocks. The beach lies 1 km north of Hepburn Point and is backed by 10-20 m high vegetated bluffs and blufftop houses. The tidal shoals of Great Swanport often extend across the beach resulting in a wide low gradient sandy surf zone, with waves averaging about 1 m breaking across the shoals. At times the shoals may blanket the western boundary rocks.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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