Beach WA 639 is 200 m long and fronted by a continuous supratidal rocks, with subtidal rock reefs then extending a few hundred metres offshore. It is distinguished by an active blowout that backs the beach. Beach WA 640 commences 200 m to the north and is a 300 m long strip of high tide sand fronted by linear granite ridges across the inter- and supratidal, with only one small area free of rocks at the southern end of the beach. It is backed by a series of small blowouts, then rising vegetated dunes. Beach WA 641 lies 100 m to the north and is a straight 300 m long high tide sand beach fronted by a 100 m wide band of subtidal rock reefs, with waves breaking on the outer reefs, and relatively calm conditions at the shore. An unstable foredune then vegetated transgressive dunes back the beach.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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