Beach WA 525 is a 50 m pocket of sand and rock debris located 300 m west of the end of the beach, at the base of 100 m high steep slopes. It shares the wide surf with the main beach. There is a vehicle track to the ridge above this beach with a steep descent down to the shore. Hush Hush is a remote, rippy and dangerous beach, which is occasionally surfed by locals. Long Point is a 200 m wide 40 m high, granite point that protrudes 700 m to the southwest and separates the Hush Hush beaches from a 4.5 km long section of eroded shoreline and remnant beaches (WA 526-532) backed by steep calcarenite slopes rising up to 120 m and terminating at Mandalay Beach (WA 533). All eight beaches are backed by a massive Pleistocene and Holocene dunes extending up to 7 km inland. There is a 4WD track to Long Point and a gravel road to Mandalay Beach. Beaches WA 526-528 are three adjoining beaches located in an exposed 400 m wide embayment between Long Point and a western granite point that extends 200 m to the south (Fig. 4.115). They are separated by protruding calcarenite-capped granite bluffs, and share a common surf zone that breaks over a central calcarenite reef. Beach
Beach Length: 0.05km
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