Beach WA 1084 commences at the northern foreland and trends east for 600 m to a shore parallel groyne that is attached to a small reef. The beach is sheltered from most waves by the western boundary reef and its northerly orientation, with usually low waves to calm conditions at the shore. It is backed by a 300 m wide grassy dune reserve, with a car park on the boundary western foreland and at the western end.
Beach Length: 0.6km
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