Blossoms Beach (WA 314) lies 500 m to the north. This is a more exposed 750 m long, west-facing beach that receives waves that increase up the beach from about 1 m to 1.5 m. The waves maintain a continuous low tide terrace in the south grading to a wider bar with rips in the north, and a permanent rips against the northern rocks. The beach is backed by a mixture of vegetated dunes, areas of dune deflation and a central active parabolic dune, that have all climbed up over the backing bedrock and have blown up to 3 km inland almost to the leeward shore of Bremer Bay. A gravel road runs down to the northern boundary of the beach with a 4 WD track then leading to the centre of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.75km
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