Beach WA 782 is a curving 500 m long beach tied to two sand-capped intertidal calcarenite points. Reefs off the point and further out lower waves to less than 1 m at the shore. This is a popular beach with a large car park, reserve and boat ramp at the southern. A low foredune, road then houses back the rest of the beach. It terminates at a sandy foreland on the northern side of which is 300 m long beach WA 783.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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