(WA 779) varies in size depending on the amount of sand pumping. When small it consists of a wedge of sand in the southern corner between the groyne and backing seawall. During nourishment is may extend for 500 m along the seawall and link with the northern section, which is fronted by a beachrock reef. A road from Northport cuts through the backing dune and calcarenite to reach the rear of beach WA 789 and run out to the training wall.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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