Beach WA 784 continues to the north for 1.2 km. The beachrock reef hugs the shoreline, with higher waves reaching the shore and breaking either over the reef or up the usually steep beach faces. Eldora Reserve backs the northern end of the beach with a small foredune and road, then houses behind the central 800 m of the beach. It terminates in the north at a 20 m high, 200 m long calcarenite bluff on the northern side of which is beach WA 765. The northern 6 km between the northern end of Falcon and Robert Point contains six near continuous beaches (Fig. 4.165), each separated by and most dominated by beachrock reef. Calcarenite bluffs back the beaches and are for the most part vegetated and/or covered by Holocene foredunes. A foreshore reserve runs the length of the shore, with housing increasing north of beach WA 786. These beaches form the western shore of Mandurah.
Beach Length: 1.3km
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