Duke Of Orleans Bay - Beach in Condingup Esperance WA - SLS Beachsafe

Duke Of Orleans Bay WA

Duke of Orleans Bay beach (WA 105) is a semicircular, south to east-facing 2.8 km long beach that spirals round from the tombolo, in the lee of Table Island, to a 500 m long sloping granite headland that rises to 60 m. In the north low waves lap against the... Read more

Duke of Orleans Bay beach (WA 105) is a semicircular, south to east-facing 2.8 km long beach that spirals round from the tombolo, in the lee of Table Island, to a 500 m long sloping granite headland that rises to 60 m. In the north low waves lap against the low gradient reflective beach, while towards the more protected southern end, seagrass covered sand flats reach the beach, with seagrass debris becoming increasingly prominent along the upper beach. It is backed by a steep, vegetated 10-20 m high foredune, with a solitary blowout at the northern apex of the beach. The main road runs around the back of the dune to the caravan park. The southern section of the beach is used to launch small boats, with dinghies often stored on the beach. Rock outcrops and shallow sand fl

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About

Condingup, WA 6450

Length:
2.8km

General Beach Hazard Rating:
1/10 (Least hazardous)

Beach Key:
 wa0105

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