Weather Forecast
18.90°C
Current Temperature
11.00km/h
Wind speed
26.22°C
Water Temperature
2.08m
Swell
0.57m
Tide
Lefroy Bay beach (WA 1539) commences on the northern side of the small point and trends to the northeast for 4 km before curving round to the northwest to terminate at the narrow tip of low sandy Winderabandi Point (Fig. 4.347). The low energy beach is backed by a narrow 50-100 wide crenulate strip of foredune, then the bedrock slopes that gently rise to the southern slopes of the Cape Range 500-1000 m to the east. The coast track parallels the rear of the beach, with several access tracks through to the shore. There is a camping reserve towards the southern end of the beach, which is usually occupied by a few campers, particularly during the winter months. A 2.5 km wide shallow lagoon fills most of the bay, with the reef beyond.
Beach Length: 7.5km
General Hazard Rating: 2/10

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