Beach WA 1088 continues northeast of the groyne for another 150 m to the southern boundary of the Batavia Marina development, which occupies then next 1 km of the shore (Fig. 4.268). The beach is patrolled by Broadwater Bay Surf Life Saving Club, which was founded in 2003. It usually has am moderately steep swash zone and low gradient attached bar. It is backed by a seawall and the road, with a large car park behind the northern Batavia boundary seawall.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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