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Beaches WA 1835-1838 are four pocket beaches that occupy a 700 m long section of rocky shore than extends south of the jetty. There is car access to all four, with a walking track also to the first three. Honeymoon Cove (WA 1837) is located 500 m south of the jetty and is a moderately steep 100 m long pocket of sand that is bordered and backed by 20 m high rugged metasedimentary rocks, with a dune partly blanketing the backing rocks. The rocks contain some interesting formations. The beach faces north and is free of rocks at high and low tide and a popular swimming area. There is a car park above the northern end of the beach with a ramped walkway to the beach.
Beach Length: 0.1km
General Hazard Rating: 1/10

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