Seven Mile Beach (WA 1070) is readily accessible via a sealed road from the highway, 2 km to the east. There is a large car park and area for beach boat launching at the shore and small fishing boats are often moored off the beach. The beach trends north for 4.8 km to the next major foreland at Nine Mile Beach. The reefs continue to parallel the coast and waves average about 0.5 m along the reflective beach. The reefs narrow to the north, with some of the reef-induced surf, almost reaching the shore and two areas of reef attachment. Seagrass is commonly washed up on the southern section of beach. Vegetated transgressive dune extending up to 2 km inland back the beach, with a 4 WD track running though the dunes the length of the beach.
Beach Length: 4.8km
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