Beach WA 1594 lies 100 m to the north and is a similar 500 m long reflective beach bordered by small protruding low calcarenite bluffs, with low bluffs outcropping along much of the beach. The Baudin and Brooke access tracks lead to either end of the beach, which is a popular spot for rock fishing, with shallow fringing reefs extending 400 m offshore. Semi-stable foredunes back both beaches.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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