Webb Beach (239) and Parham (240) are both linked to the highway by the circuitous Parham road. Webb Beach is 2 km long, bordered by Baker Creek in the south and a smaller creek in the north. It faces west and has a small subdivision at the northern end of the beach, set back from the beach. At the beach there is a boat ramp, toilets and car park, fronted by 1 km wide tidal flats. At Parham 1 km to the north is a slightly larger subdivision boasting a telephone, toilets and car park (Fig. 4.80). The beach runs north for 8 km to a small sandy foreland.
Beach Length: 2km
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