Beach WA 1825 extends north of the basalt for 1.2 km to a 200 m long section of low rocks that separates it from beach WA 1826 (Fig. 2.16a). The beach initially consists of a mixture of sand and basalt boulders, before grading into the longer sandy section, with rocks again extending along the northern few hundred metres. A continuous 10 m high foredune backs the beach with vehicle assess in the south and centre.
Beach Length: 1.2km
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