Ten Mile Creek flows through a deep gully cut in the dune calcarenite, to reach the coast in the centre of the 2.5 km long, south-west facing, exposed beach. The beach is backed by calcarenite bluffs and some active dunes, and is fronted by broken calcarenite reefs. Waves average 1.6 m and combine with the reefs and sand to produce a 250 m wide surf zone, dominated by ten permanent rips.
Beach Length: 2.5km
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