Boodjidup Beach (WA 655) commences at the reef and continues north for 1.9 km to the rocks and boulders of Marmaduke Point. Waves average over 1.5 m and increase slowly up the beach. They maintain a well developed bar and rip system with usually 4-5 beach rips operating across the 50-100 m wide bar. The best surf is toward the northern end of the beach on the southern side of the point. The beach is backed by several blowouts set amongst predominately well vegetated dunes. Boodjidup Brook reaches the northern end of the beach and is then deflected south along the back of the berm for up to 1 km.
Beach Length: 1.9km
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