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Wanna is the name of the area when the gravel road terminates at a lookout above the 50 m high cliffs, and the 4WD track begins. As a consequence it is more popular and fortunately has one of the less hazardous beaches on this section of coast. Six hundred metres east of the lookout at the base of 20 m high cliffs is beach 814. It consists of a 50 m long pocket of sand wedged into a break in the cliffs. It is fronted by 400 m of shallow reefs and an Island, resulting in usually calm conditions at the shore.
Beach Length: 0.05km
General Hazard Rating: 5/10

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