Redcliffe Point forms the northern boundary of the straight 2km long Suttons-Margate beach (1570), which terminates in the south at Scotts Point. The Redcliffe Peninsula surf club is located at the northern tip of the beach, with a carpark and picnic area on the point. The beach consists of a sandy high tide beach and shallow low tide sand flat. The northern half is backed by a large foreshore reserve called Suttons Beach, with car parking and all facilities for beachgoers. the southern Margate half of the beach is backed by a continuous seawall and walkway, then the main road. Toward the southern end is a boat ramp, then an old dressing pavilion, South of the pavilion a newer seawall has been constructed to protect the backing eroding beach and eroding bluffs of Scotts Point.
Wrinklers Beach (T 114) commences on the southern side of the Shelly Point rocks and trends south-southwest for 1.9 km to the mouth of Scamander River. The beach is backed by a 100-150 m wide zone of vegetated hummocky dunes, then the Tasman Highway, with Wrinklers Lagoon backing the northern half of the beach and highway. The small 15 ha lagoon occasionally breaks out across the centre of the beach. The town of Scamander commences on the southern side of the highway extending for 1.5 km south to the river. The beach is well exposed to southerly waves, which maintain a rip-dominated surf zone with up to eight rips spaced every 200-300 m along the beach. There is a car park and camping area on the northern side of the inlet with foot access across the dunes to the beach.
Bunbury Beach (WA 757) commences 12 km south of Bunbury city at the Five Mile Brook drains and trends to the north-northwest for 12.5 km to Rocky Point. The northern 4 km is known successively as Mindalong, Hasties St, Hungry Hollow and finally Ocean Beach. It receives waves averaging 1 m.The beach faces west and receives protection from both Cape Naturaliste 50 km to the southwest and Beachrock reefs that lie off the beach. These produce a relatively steep beach, often fronted by a low tide terrace. While the beach is usually free of rips permanent rips are located adjacent to the rocky sections.This is the main surfing beach for Bunbury and site of the Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club, which is located just south of Rocky Point. The Surf Club is one of the oldest in Australia, and the third oldest in Western Australia, having been founded in 1915. The beach is a near continuation of the long stretch of sand that extends north from Busselton.This scenic drive provides good parking and access for 3 km south of the Surf Club. A number of rocky reefs are located along the beach, including either end of the Surf Club beach section. The Surf Club is surrounded by a long car park and fronted by a seawall.