Burns Beach (WA 879) lies at the end of Burns beach Road in front of the caravan park, with a car park along the top of the backing 10 m high bluffs. The 200 m long beach is bordered by calcarenite bluffs and a reef in the south, while it opens up along the north half, to become relatively free of rocks. It terminates at a small rock groyne that has been built across the beach.
To the north of Burns Beach is a continuous 4 km stretch of sand that extends up to the training walls of Mindarie Keys, and which contains two beaches (WA 880 & 881)
Beach Length: 0.2km
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