Beach WA 873 extends from the small groyne north for 250 m to the beginning of the calcarenite bluffs. It has a central attached reef resulting in a crenulate beach, with waves averaging about 1 m surging up the steep beach face. Additional reefs lie off the beach, which is backed by vegetated dune-draped 10 m high bluffs, then the reserve.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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