Beach K 1029 lies 800 m to the north and occupies a small gap in the rocks. The 250 m long beach blocks a usually dry upland creek. It is backed by 50 m wide grassy overwash flats, and fronted by a central clump of mangrove-covered rocks, and then 300 m wide ridged sand flats. There is vehicle access to the rear of the beach. It is bordered at the northern end by a 400 m long section of mangroves and rocks that separates it from beach K 1030.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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