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Entrance Point forms the northern tip of a large accumulation of sandy ridges, which have been deposited by waves and tides at the southern entrance to Corner Inlet. In places, the sand ridges are 3 km wide. They parallel the southern beach, but curve around into the inlet behind the northern beach. A mobile, cuspate, sandy foreland marks the boundary between the tide dominated northern beach and wave dominated southern beaches. Hunter Point, which rises steeply to 350 m high Mount Hunter, separates the two southern beaches; with the large Lighthouse Point forming the southern boundary of Hunter Beach. All beaches can only be reached by boat or on foot. The nearest walking track reaches the southern side of Lighthouse Point. The northern beach lies in lee of the extensive ebb tidal shoals and faces north-east. It consequently receives very low waves and has a steep beach face in lee of variable tidal channel and shoal deposits. Once around the point and down the straight east facing southern beaches, the tidal shoals while still present, begin to move offshore and dissipate. This allows wave height to increase down the beach, reaching 1 m at the southern end. These waves, plus occasional higher waves, have built a steep beach face, fronted by a deep trough and longshore bar paralleling the beach. Low waves surge against the beach, while only larger waves break on the bar.
Beach Length: 1.5km
General Hazard Rating: 5/11

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