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Point Cloates beach (WA 1533) commences at the southern tip of the point and trends to the northwest, then north for 1.5 km, terminating in a small embayment 700 m west of the Point Cloates Light. Continuous fringing reefs lie 1 km off the point affording protection to the beach and backing lagoon, with low waves at the shore. The beach is backed by active and vegetated transgressive dunes that have partly buried the foredune ridges that built the foreland.
Beach Length: 1.5km
General Hazard Rating: 2/10

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