Beach WA 632 is a 300 m long south-facing strip of sand located between the cape and the point at which the 4 WD and walking track reach the shore. The beach is entirely fronted by irregular lines of granite boulders and rocks extending up to 400 m offshore. Waves break over the rocks, resulting in some calmer tidal pools close to shore.
Beach Length: 0.3km
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