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. Beach WA 1835 extends immediately south of the jetty for 250 m. Either end of the beach is fronted by intertidal rock flats, with only a central 100 m free of rocks at high tide.
Beach Length: 0.25km
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