Beach T 191 lies immediately to the west and extends along the eastern side of Great Swanport inlet for approximately 500 m. This is a dynamic beach with usually low waves but strong tidal current, which results in considerable changes to the nature and length of the shoreline over time. Waves tend to break up to a few hundred metres offshore on the tidal shoals off the southern half of the beach, while closer to the inlet the deep tidal channel parallels the side shore of the beach. Depending on the shape of the tidal shoals there can be a long right-hand break along the shoals in towards beach T 190.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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