Beach RI 15 commences at the groyne protected boat ramp and continues east for 900 m to the narrowing sandy tip of Phillip Point (Fig. 4.183). Wave energy increases slightly along the beach and the seagrass lies 30-50 m off the shore. There are some calcarenite bluffs exposed half way along the beach, with a 10 m high foredune to either side. The land bordered by Phillip Point used to be the Kingston army base and is now the Kingston Environmental Education Centre.
Beach Length: 0.9km
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