Casuarina Point beach (WA 759) commences on the northern side of Rocky Point and continues north for 900 m to a 100 m long westward trending groyne. The groyne has been built to trap sand moving north along the breakwater, causing the beach to form. The beach is more exposed that the beaches to the south with waves averaging over 1 m and usually breaking across a low tide terrace. The beach is backed by port facilities and the port road. On the northern side of the groyne is a 50 m long pocket of north-facing sand
Beach Length: 0.9km
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