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20.40°C
Current Temperature
11.00km/h
Wind speed
17.61°C
Water Temperature
2.49m
Swell
0.67m
Tide
Eleven Mile Beach (WA 160) continues to the northwest for another 6 km with the western half called Thirteen Mile beach. The beach terminates as it begins to curve round to the southwest against the granite rocks of Butty Harbour. Most of the beach is well-exposed and dominated by a 200 m wide surf zone and strong beach rips, While some beachrock outcrops along the shore, the surf zone is relatively fee of rock. Calcarenite bluffs leading to 140 m high clifftop dunes back the beach, with the dunes extending 6 km inland to the Pink Lake. Beaches WA 161-163 are located along an east-facing 1 km long section of shore in lee of Butty Head, called Butty Harbour
Beach Length: 6km
General Hazard Rating: 8/10

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