. Beach WA 772 commences at the beachrock outcrops that forms the northern boundary of the long beach WA 771. The beach trends north form 800 m, with a series of small outcrops along the shore inducing several crenulations. Waves break both over the reefs as well as a heavy shore break. The beach is backed a generally vegetated 20 m high foredune with a few blowouts, then older dunes extending up to 1 km inland. Numerous 4 WD tracks cross the dunes to the beach, and connect to Tims Thicket Road, the main access track.
Beach Length: 0.8km
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