Beach WA 528 occupies the western side of the small embayment and is a 200 m long beach with rocks strewn along the beach. It is bordered by the reef to the east and granite point to the west, with waves breaking up to 200 m offshore and a strong permanent rip draining between the reef and point. All three beaches are backed by 120 m high vegetated calcarenite slopes, with a few small parches of active climbing blowouts.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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