Ocean Beach (Western Australia)
The beach is part of Ratcliffe Bay and is surrounded to the East by the Nullaki Peninsula and a smaller granite headland, Wilson Head, to the East. Wilson Inlet is contained by a semi-permanent sandbar that forms part of Ocean Beach although a bar channel often exists which moves seasonally along the beach.
The beach is patrolled during the summer months from December to April and a lifeguard is on duty for the Summer Holidays (mid-December to Early February). Swimming between the flags at the base of the Surf Life Saving Club is recommended.
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