Beach WA 1827 is a curving, narrow 200 m long steep beach composed of basalt boulders. It commences at the northern end of the red bluffs and is backed and bounded in the north by similar bluffs. The oil tanks are located immediately south of the beach, with the power plant to the north.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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