Red Bluff beach (WA 1452) commences at the eastern base of the 60-100 m high limestone bluffs, and curves to the north for 2.6 km as a moderately protected, steep, reflective beach. Wave height increases to the north, as does the presence of attached calcarenite platforms and reefs, with waves breaking across the reefs. The beach is backed by a 5-10 m high foredune, then vegetated slopes rising to the 60 m high rim of the backing bluffs. The informal Red Bluff camping area and surfing community is scattered along the back of the foredune and backing slopes.
Beach Length: 2.5km
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