Beach WA 721 is a 30 m long pocket of sand wedged in a narrow gap in the sloping 30 m high bluffs. A rock fall in the mid 1990’s partly covered the rear of the beach. Immediately to the north is beach WA 722, with a vehicle track leading to the bluffs above the southern end of the beach. The beach is 150 m long and bordered and backed by steeply sloping 30 m high bluffs. Wave breaks up to 100 m offshore over the inner platforms and reefs off both beaches. The Shivery Rocks reef break is located off these beaches.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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