Beach T 150 occupies the southern section of the bay and is a 500 m long beach bordered by rocky shore. It receives slightly higher waves, which usually maintain one to two rips (Fig. 4.27). It is backed by a hummocky semi-stable foredune and two stabilising blowouts, which have extended up to 200 m to the south across the low wetland to the rear of Butlers Point. A vehicle track runs around the rear of the dune to reach the southern end of the beach and link to a few fishing shacks located on the lower point.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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