Beach WA 1600 commences on the eastern side of the low bluffs and trends east, then northeast for 3.3 km, backed by a 10-20 m high foredune and paralleled by the gravel Mildura Road along its northern half. The beach is fronted by reefs extending 100-200 m off the beach with low waves reaching the shore and a steep reflective beach. There are two vehicle access points in the south off the Yardie Creek road, and one in the north off the Mildura road. Good surf breaks are found out on the reef during moderate to higher swell.
Beach Length: 3.3km
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