Marra Garra (beach K 1023), is a slightly curving 700 m long north-facing moderate gradient beach, backed by a 100 m wide older foredune area containing a few boab trees, then a 50 ha lagoonal salt flat. A formed road runs out to the eastern end of the beach, which is used as a landing. Rock flats and mangroves fringe either end.
Beach Length: 0.7km
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