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Mangles Bay Beach Rockingham Western Australia


Mangles Bay

Mangles Bay

Mangles Bay beach is use for many reasons, such as, Rockingham fishing club, mooring vessels and the local R.S.L (retired service leavers), these particular things are located on the Mangles Bay beach front.

The beachfront is actually quite short; as it starts from the wooden wall divider and ends at the Garden Island causeway.

At the causeway end, the top of the hill near the car park is a memorial describing how the causeway was built, they have placed a couple greyish looking boulders to give you and example of what they have used when building the causeway, (06-03-2010) next to the car park there is a new building being constructed.

At the causeway end of the beach is a favorite spot for jet skiers, and it is also used regularly by the T.S Anzac Cadet unit for sailing purposes.

There is one access point for the vehicles to get on to the beach and that is causeway end of the beach.

Mangles Bay beach is a host to many different fish species such as herring, squid, bread and butter fish and the humble stingray.

The beach it self is not really a beach we reckon because of its width, however access is easy, and you are able to walk the beach with your pet dog.

article written by Jasmine Knight


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