Beaches WA 719 and 720 lie 2 km to the north and consist of two adjoining pockets of sand wedged in at the base of two scallops in the backing 50 m high bluffs. Beach WA 719 is a narrow 70 m long strip of sand, with a steep gully cutting through the backing bluffs, while beach WA 720 is a wider 80 m long high tide beach, with a patch of vegetated dune at the base of the bluffs. Both beaches are fronted by 50 m wide intertidal calcarenite platforms, with waves breaking over reefs further out.
Beaches WA 721 and 722 lies below the bluffs where the 4 WD track off the Hemsley Road first reaches the coast.
Beach Length: 0.07km
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