Beach WA 1746 commences 200 m to the north, and is a 500 m long high tide sand beach, with beachrock outcropping along the beach, together with red boundary rocks and hummocky outcrops. A vehicle track and a few low buildings back the beach. A small rock outcrop separates it from beach WA 1747 that continues to the northeast for another 500 m grading at the eastern end into the mangrove-fringed rocks of inner King Bay. There is vehicle access and one building at the northern end of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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