Torpedo Bay (WA 1595) occupies a 900 m long northwest-facing indentation in the shore, with beachrock bluffs bordering either end. The Trial access track leads to a car park behind the southern end of the beach, which is also a popular rock and beach fishing location. Wave averaging about 0.5 m surge up the steep reflective beach, with reefs extending 500-600 m offshore.
Beach Length: 0.9km
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