Tyndall and Kingston beaches are located to either side of the sandy mouth of Browns River (Figs. 4.81 & 4.82), with the centre of Kingston located 1.5 km to the west. The northern Tyndall Beach (T 465) is a southeast-facing 300 m long sandy beach that extends from the southern rocks of 40 m high Bonnet Point to the usually narrow sandy river mouth and associated sand shoals. Waves averaging about 0.5 m maintain a reflective to low tide terrace beach. It is backed by a small grassy foredune and densely vegetated bluffs rising to 40 m in the north and a small reserve with a Sea Scout hall in the south, with a footbridge across the river to Kingston Beach.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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