Orford Beach lies on the south side of the Prosser River mouth. It curves round to the south than southeast for a total of 1.8 km and is separated into three sections (T 263-275) by small rock outcrops. The entire beach is backed by Millingtons Beach Coastal Reserve, which includes the 500 m long inlet beach (Millingtons Beach), on the western side of the Orford Beach sand spit. The main beach T 263 extends from the dynamic river mouth spit for 1.2 km to the south to a low rock outcrop adjacent to the mouth of Orford Rivulet. This beach receives low swell and wind waves and usually has a narrow low tide terrace and low gradient high tide beach. It is backed by a partially vegetated reserve, then houses.
Beach Length: 1.2km
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