Beach WA 735 lies 100 m to the south and is a 50 m long pocket of sand wedged in between low granite points which almost encase the small beach. Both beaches are backed by vegetated slopes rising to 30 m. There is a 4 WD track through private land to the point, which holds the reasonable Rocky Point lefthand break during high outside wave conditions. The shoreline trends southwest from Rocky Point into Eagle Bay, an open 2.5 km wide bay, bordered in the east by the low granite Point Picquet. Three beaches occupy the bay shore (WA 736-738)
Beach Length: 0.05km
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