Beach WA 1954 continues to the east as a curving, north-facing 1.4 km long beach, which terminates at the western side of Cootenbrand Creek. This is a similar beach with a high tide and beach, then a band of beachrock followed by the rock and sand flats, which widen to more than 1 km. Both beaches are popular camp sites, with many caravans and camps spread along the backing foredune and dune area and either side of Cootenbrand Creek during the winter.
Beach Length: 1.4km
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