Immediately east of the southern end of Agnes Water Beach is a 200 m long, rocky headland, on the southern side of which begins a series of generally small, rock-bound beaches that extend for 7 km to Red Rock. The first three beaches lie within 300 m of the point and, although close to Agnes Water, they are only accessible by 4WD or on foot.
Beach 1472 consists of two 20 m wide high tide pockets of sand and cobbles, that link at mid to low tide into a 60 m long, north-east facing beach. The beach is backed by steep, 20 m high, vegetated bluffs and bordered by sloping rocky points and platforms, with a large slab of rock protruding in the centre. Waves average over 0.5 m and rips run out against the rocks.
Beach Length: 0.06km
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