Weather Forecast
10.80°C
Current Temperature
2.00km/h
Wind speed
15.47°C
Water Temperature
1.58m
Swell
0.13m
Tide
2/11
UV
Breamlea is a small holiday settlement lying between the banks of Thompson Creek and Breamlea Beach. The beach faces south-south-east and runs for 2 km from the low basalt rocks at Noble Rocks to the mouth of the creek at Point Impossible. There is road access to the back of the foredunes, with foot tracks crossing the 20 m high foredune to reach the beach. The beach receives waves averaging just over 1 m, which usually produce an attached bar cut by rips every 250 m. At the creek mouth, both a tidal channel and shoals are present.
Beach Length: 2km
General Hazard Rating: 6/11

Patrolled Beach Flag Patrols

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Train
Bus
Passenger ferry

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Topographic rips
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Weather

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