A topographic relief map of Savary Island
Source: Savary Island Community Wildfire Protection Plan
Savary is a remnant of the Quadra sands deposited by meltwater streams during the Pleistocene Epoch.
It is primarily composed of rolling terrain, sand dunes, and a steep foreshore subject to soil erosion.
The only exception to this is mass of granitic rock found at Mace Point, at the east end of the Island.
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