Beach WA 1069 commences on the northern side of the Five Mile Beach foreland and trends to the north for 4.9 km to the more prominent Seven Mile Beach foreland (Fig. 4.259). The beach in between is dominated by the shore parallel reefs, with waves breaking for a few hundred metres across the reefs, resulting in a calmer inner ‘lagoon’ with waves averaging about 0.5 m at the shore. The waves maintain a moderately steep reflective beach, with a few scattered reefs at and close to the shore. The beach is backed by a mixture of vegetated foredune ridges and some transgressive dunes extending 1-2 km inland, together with one private residence.
Beach Length: 4.9km
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