Beach T 204 is located immediately to the east in lee of Webber Point. It consists of a northeast-facing 100 m long curving pocket of sand, bordered by low rocks to the west and the 12 km high dolerite head to the rear and east. Sand flats have accumulated in the eastern corner and waves wrapping round the point break along the edge of the flats to produce a right-hand break. An abalone farm is located on the point and occupies the slopes behind the beach, with a small breakwater and water intake pipe on the point and water discharge from the farm flowing across the beach.
Beach Length: 0.1km
General Hazard Rating:
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