Geordie Bay lies 300 m to the east and is a curving 400 m wide, northwest-facing bay, bordered by two 200-300 m long, 10-20 m high arms of calcarenite. The bay is a popular anchorage with numerous permanent moorings in the bay. Seagrass meadows extend to the usually calm shore. Beach RI 4 is located towards the base of the western arm and is a 60 m long pocket of sand, bordered and backed by 15 m high calcarenite bluffs, with the road running along the top of the bluffs. Some rocks outcrop on the low energy beach with seagrass growing to the shore.
Beach Length: 0.07km
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