Kilcarnup Beach (n) - Beach in Prevelly Augusta-Margaret River WA - SLS Beachsafe

Kilcarnup Beach (n) WA

Kilcarnup Beach commences 200 m north of beach WA 666 and consists on two near continuous strips of sand (WA 667 & 668) and a northern pocket of sand (WA 669). The national park boundary crosses the centre of the beach, while a rough 4 WD track from Dallip Springs... Read more

Kilcarnup Beach commences 200 m north of beach WA 666 and consists on two near continuous strips of sand (WA 667 & 668) and a northern pocket of sand (WA 669). The national park boundary crosses the centre of the beach, while a rough 4 WD track from Dallip Springs runs the length of the beaches.Beach WA 669 is a 100 m long pocket of sand located immediately to the north. It is bordered by two protruding low rock points, with shallow reefs linking the points, resulting in low waves at the shore and a steep reflective beach. Continuous steep vegetated slopes back all three beaches, which are linked by the 4 WD track.

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Information

About

Prevelly, WA 6285

Length:
0.1km

General Beach Hazard Rating:
7/10 (Highly hazardous)

Beach Key:
 wa0669

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