Beach T 193 is the western corner of Nine Mile Beach and extends from the Meredith River mouth for 700 m to the south terminating against the dolerite rocks that underlie Swansea. The river mouth is usually closed and the beach is moderately sheltered by Waterloo Point, 2 km to the southeast, resulting in waves usually less than 1 m. These interact with the fine beach sand to maintain a lower gradient reflective to low tide terrace beach, backed by small vegetated coastal reserve, with vehicle access to the southern end.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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