Beach WA 1833 commences 500 m east of the creek and trends to the southeast for 1.25 km terminating at the rounded 32 m high Point Samson. The beach is paralleled by continuous intertidal beachrock, which extends about 100-200 m offshore. It is backed by vegetated Holocene transgressive dunes including a parabolic dune that crossed the point to the creek mouth. There is a car park on the dune crest towards the southern end of the beach, with the houses of Point Samson commencing at the southern end.
Beach Length: 1.25km
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