Beaches K 206 and 207 are located another 1.5 km to the west just outside a linear bedrock-controlled estuary, which is connected through a 100 m wide entrance to the bay (Fig. 4.28). The beaches lie immediately east of the entrance. Beach K 206 is a 100 m long pocket of south-facing intertidal sand, surrounded on three sides by steeply rising 120 m high sandstone ridges, with a 100 m wide sand flat filling the small pocket. It is submerged at high tide. Beach K 207 lies 200 m to the west and is a 50 m long southwest-facing intertidal beach, which widens across the 100 m wide sand flats, with bare rocks behind and sandstone ridges to either side.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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