Beach WA 729 continues on the northern side of the point for another 500 m. This is a similar more continuous high tide beach, with an inner surf zone dominated by a 50 m band of rocks and reefs. Both beaches are backed by generally vegetated dune-draped calcarenite, over the underlying granulite.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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