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Drummond Cove beach (WA 1092) is a curving west-facing 1.3 km long low energy beach sheltered by a chain of patchy reefs, which extend a few hundred metres offshore (Fig. 4.271). The beach is narrow, crenulate and backed by the northern end of the Sunset Beach transgressive dunes. The expanding Drummond Cove housing estate extends for about 1 km in amongst the backing dunefield, with the northern houses separated from the beach by a narrow foreshore reserve. There are six car parks and two areas for beach boat launching, along the usually low energy beach. Vehicles are permitted to access the beach from the southern car park to drive out to beach WA 1091.
Beach Length: 1.3km
General Hazard Rating: 3/10

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