Beach 374 is a 500 m long, open sand beach that faces south-east and is backed by the Great Ocean Road. A small creek crosses the middle of the beach, where it has deposited a bed of cobbles. It is bordered by two headlands, the northern one being more a collection of boulders, while there is a wide rock platform off the southern end. There are also reefs off the beach. Waves average 1.5 m and maintain a strong permanent rip against the northern end and a second rip down the beach.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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