Pages Beach (WA 1085) is located between the western groyne and the western side of the 1.5 km long attached breakwater that forms the main protection for Geraldton Harbour. The beach has prograded a few hundred meters north at its eastern end causing it to curve and faces the northwest. The western end is very sheltered by the groyne and outer reefs, with slightly higher waves towards to eastern end, as a consequence the waves maintain a reflective beach in the east grading into a narrow attached bar to the west. Most of the beach is backed by a narrow dune reserve, then a large recreational reserve with a range of picnic facilities, as well as a central boat launching area. This is a popular low energy beach where the prevailing southerly winds blow offshore.
Beach Length: 0.4km
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