Seven Mile Beach (900) is a 9.2 km (6 mile) long curving beach that initially faces east, then swings round to form the southern, north-facing shore of the bay. It is fronted by sand flats up to 500 m wide, which are dominated by transverse sand ridges, then deeper seagrass meadows. Waves are usually low to calm with swell rarely reaching the shore. Much of the southern section of beach is backed by generally stable transgressive dunes, which have move across the peninsula from Sensation beach, 6 km to the south. Because of the high and irregular dune topography, as well as a 500 m patch of active dunes, the main 4WD track runs along the beach, heading inland at Morgans Landing, where the dune are absent and where the beach trends north. There is also a camping area near the landing.
Beach Length: 9.2km
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