Beaches K 208 and 209 occupy a 500 m wide south-facing embayment located 1 km from the western end of the mainland peninsula. Beach K 208 is 200 m long, faces west across the embayment and consists of a low beach fronted by 400 m wide sand-mud-reef flats. Beach K 209 is 150 m long and located opposite at the western end of the embayment and faces southeast out of the bay across 200 m wide sand-mud-reef flats. It has a relatively steep beach backed by a small grassy foredune and a usually dry creek that crosses the western end of the beach, while beachrock is exposed along the lower beach face.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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