Ten Mile Beach (WA 1060) commences on the northern side of White Point and curves to the north and finally northwest for 10.5 km to the next sandy foreland, formed in lee of Jack Reef. This beach is exposed to waves averaging over 1 m which break across a low gradient 150 m wide, rip dominated surf zone, with rips usually spaced about every 300 m. The beach is backed in the south by a series of 15 foredune ridges, then earlier parabolics, while active and some vegetated parabolics dominate the centre and northern end. The only access to the beach is by 4 WD.
Beach Length: 10.5km
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