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Beach WA 1072 is one of the longer and higher energy beaches on the west coast. The 11 km long beach extends from the inflection at the northern end of Nine Mile beach to the next prominent foreland, induced by the reemergence of the inshore reefs. In between is a high energy double bar surf zone averaging 300-400 m in width. The inner bar is dominated by large beach rips spaced about every 500 m (Fig. 4.260), with widely space rips on the outer bar. Vegetated and some active parabolic dunes extend 2-3 km inland of the beach. The only access is via private farm tracks and to a few houses nestled in the dunes.
Beach Length: 11km
General Hazard Rating: 7/11

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