Bettys Beach (367) extends south of the inlet for another 1 km, to the base of 170 m high Boulder Hill, with waves averaging 1 m. A 50 m wide bar cut by several beach rips occupies Normans Beach, with a more continuous low tide terrace free of rips along Bettys Beach. They are backed by 20-30 m high foredune blocking the narrow valley and 15 ha Normans Lake in the centre, with valley sides rising steeply to either side. The Normans Beach Road provides access to the beach, where camping is permitted through no facilities are provided. A house is located on the western headland overlooking the beach. Four hundred meters to the south on the northern side of North Point are three protected, east-facing pocket beaches (WA 368-370)
Beach Length: 1km
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