Beaches WA 637 and 638 are located in the next small rocky embayment to the north. Beach WA 637 is a 200 m long strip of high tide sand bounded by low granite points, linked by subtidal rocks off the centre of the beach. A spur off the Cape to Cape walking track reaches the southern point. Beach WA 638 lies 150 m to the north and is a 150 m long strip of sand fronted by inter and supratidal lines of granite rocks. Both beaches receives low waves at the shore, and are backed by well vegetated rising dunes.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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