Peaceful Bay - Beach in Peaceful Bay Denmark WA - SLS Beachsafe

Peaceful Bay WA

Peaceful Bay beach (WA 492) is a curving 600 m long east-facing beach, extending from the foreland in the north to a low dune-covered gneiss headland in the south. Several gneiss reefs also lie in the bay and partly block the entrance, resulting in low waves at the shore and... Read more

Peaceful Bay beach (WA 492) is a curving 600 m long east-facing beach, extending from the foreland in the north to a low dune-covered gneiss headland in the south. Several gneiss reefs also lie in the bay and partly block the entrance, resulting in low waves at the shore and a moderate gradient reflective beach. A few low well vegetated foredune ridges back the beach and converge at the foreland. The main road runs behind the ridges, with the caravan park then the settlement all located within 1 km of the shore. There is vehicle access to the beach in the south, where boats at launched, and a car park and picnic area on the foreland. Two navigation markers assist boats returning through the reefs to the beach, while there are surfable breaks over the reefs off the beach.

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Unpatrolled Unpatrolled Change Day

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Peaceful Bay, WA 6333

Length:
0.6km

General Beach Hazard Rating:
3/10 (Least hazardous)

Beach Key:
 wa0492

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