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At the western end of the Chadinga sandhills the beach terminates at 10 m high calcarenite bluffs which dominate the coast for the next 11 km, beyond which is a 12 km long beach running west to Eyre Bluff. This 23 km long section of coast is a relatively isolated section with only rough 4WD access and no facilities or development. There are seven beaches along the bluff section and the western longer beach, all facing southwest and exposed to persistent waves averaging 2 m in height. Beach 1329 begins 2.5 km west of the dunes. It is bordered by bluffs and backed by both dunes extending a few hundred meters inland and in the west 10 m high bluffs, with 4WD tracks leading to the top of the bluffs. In addition beachrock and calcarenite reefs outcrop along the beach and in the 300 m wide high energy surf zone dominated by strong permanent rips.
Beach Length: 1.65km
General Hazard Rating: 8/11

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