Lakeside beach (WA 1576) is named after the small elongate lagoon, which occupies the usually blocked mouth of the creek. The beach extends from the creek mouth for 1.2 km to the tip of the sandy foreland. Beachrock reefs parallel the southern end of the beach providing a sheltered spot, which is used for launching small boats off the beach in front of the Lakeside camping and picnic area. The beach then narrows before widening to the foreland where it is backed by a 200 m wide foreland covered with low semi-stable dunes. The fringing reefs widen to 2 km off the beach. The Milyering Visitor centre is located 1 km to the east.
Beach Length: 1.2km
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