Beach K 1019 lies 3 km south of King Harman Point and is a curving 700 m long east-facing beach, backed by a low 300 m wide barrier, with tidal creeks exiting to either end. The northern creek drains a 10 ha area of lagoonal salt flats, while the smaller southern creek is fed by an upland stream. The beach is fronted by sand to mud flats, grading into tidal shoals toward the northern creek.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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