One kilometre to the northwest is beach WA 711, a third north-facing beach set in lee of a small linear rocky point. It consists of a 100 m long high tide sand beach fronted by intertidal rocks and boulders, with rocks and reefs filling the small bay. Waves break over the reefs and average about 1 m at the shore. A vehicle track runs down the backing bedrock slopes to the point and rear of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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