. Beach WA 764 is located out on the eastern side of the harbour jetty and consists of a 50 m pocket of north-facing sand wedged between the rock jetty and an angled groyne. It is backed by port facilities.
Between the jetty and the Point McLeod breakwater are two small harbour beaches (WA 764 & 765) , which are divided by the 70 m wide Koombana Channel and its training walls. The Channel connects Leschenault Inlet to the harbour. The inlet is home to the southernmost mangroves on the west Australian coast, and the first on the southern coast since Davenport Creek, South Australia, 1600 km to the east. Beach WA 764 is 200 m long, faces north and is backed by a railway line. The beach is very sheltered and usually calm.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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