Beach WA 1832 links Point Samson with Cape Lambert. The curving 2.2 km long beach commences in lee of the cape and curves to the south, then east to the 50 m wide mouth of Sams Creek. Eroding 10 m high calcarenite-capped bedrock of the point area forms the eastern side of the creek. The moderately steep high tide beach is fronted by 500 m wide ridged-sand flats and backed by a 400 m wide series of low foredunes, then the mangroves and salt flats of the creek. There is vehicle access to the western end of the beach. Just inside the creek mouth is a landing and a few buildings.
Beach Length: 2.2km
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