Beach K 158 is located 1 km to the west, and is a 300 m long straight relatively steep high tide beach backed by a low 50 m wide grassy foredune. It has a sloping beachrock and beachrock boulders littering the western half of the beach. At the base it has a fringe of intertidal sand grading into reef flats which widen from 100 m to 300 m in the east. It is bordered by low rocky headlands, the eastern composed of deeply weathered boulder conglomerate, fringed by a narrow, horizontal high tide rock platform.
Beach Length: 0.3km
General Hazard Rating:
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