Beach WA 892 commences on the northern side of the bluff and continues north-northwest for 3 km past the slight Pamela Shoals foreland to the tip of the sandy foreland formed in lee of the Eglington Shoals. The beach receives waves averaging less than 1 m, which maintain a usually moderately steep reflective beach. A vegetated 10-15 m high foredune, then vegetated transgressive dunes extend up to 2 km inland. Vehicle tracks parallel the rear of the beach.
Shoalwater beach (WA 798) is a curving, west-facing, 1.5 km long low energy beach located between Mersey Point and a central sandy foreland. A shallow sands spit extends 1 km west from the tip of the foreland to Shag Rock and Seal Island. The low waves produce a relatively narrow steep beach, with seagrass meadows just off the shoreline, and the beach covered by seagrass debris following storms. The beach is backed by the 100-200 m wide Shoalwater Foreshore Reserve, with parking towards the southern end, then a road and houses of Shoalwater.
Eastern Beach is the northern section of the great Ninety Mile Beach. It begins at Red Bluff, a popular surfing spot, and runs straight west-south-westerly for 8 km to the training walls at Lakes Entrance. The beach faces straight into the dominant southerly waves and receives waves averaging 1.5 m. These waves, as for most of Ninety Mile Beach, produce a 100 m wide surf zone characterised by a usually steep beach face, then a 50 m wide, 2-3 m deep trough fronted by a continuous bar. This bar is cut by rip channels and currents every 200 m; resulting in up to 30 or more rips along the beach.The Lakes Entrance Surf Life Saving Club is located at the end of the footbridge from the town of Lakes Entrance. This is a popular beach for bathing, surfing, walking and fishing; particularly as it is the closest and most accessible beach to Lakes Entrance. The surf lifesaving club was founded in 1956 and averages 17 rescues a year. The beach is only accessible by car at three locations: Red Bluff in the north; at the Eastern Beach car park in the centre; and via the Lakes Entrance footbridge.