Oak Beach is a straight, east facing, 1.6 km long beach running almost due south from White Cliffs. The Cook Highway clips the southern end, where there is a car park and access to the beach. The remainder of the beach is backed by farms, with a creek draining across the centre of the beach and the rocks of White Cliffs protruding 100 m off the northern end. The beach is composed of a mixture of sand and cobbles, with steep, gravel cusps at high tide, fronted by a moderately steep beach and 50 m wide bar. Waves average 0.5 m and break across the bar at mid to low tide.
Port Beach (WA 835) commences on the northern side of Leighton Beach and gently curves to the north for 1 km. Port averages 1 m waves and usually has an attached low tide bar, which is cut by rips during and following periods of higher waves. Higher waves also produce a beach break called Sandtracks towards the southern end of the beach. The beach is monitored by the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club on weekends and public holidays in summer.This is a popular beach with good access and a large car park surrounding a central kiosk and restaurant, and a lifesaving watchtower.Port Surf Life Saving Club operated at Port Beach between 1958 and 1976, when it was amalgamated with Fremantle SLSC, with the watchtower continuing to provide lifesaving services.
Casuarina Beach (NT 146) is the site of the Darwin Surf Life Saving Club, and is part of the Casuarina Coastal Reserve, a 1180 ha reserve which encompasses the entire 4.5 km long beach as well as Lee Point. The 5 km long reserve offers a wide range of recreation facilities, as well as a section for nude bathing. The continuous sand beach begins on the eastern side of the Dripstone Cliffs and consists of a wide high tide beach, fronted by 200-300 m wide intertidal sand flats containing two low ridges and runnels (Fig. 5.23). The beach terminates at rock flats that lie off sandy Lee Point. The surf club is located toward the southern end of the beach and is surrounded by the grassy reserve.