Quinns Rocks Dog Beach extends from the northern end of the Mindarie Beaches and commences at the 10 metre high Calcarenite Bluffs. It continues north to the tip of the foreland, approximately 950 metres. It boasts a spectacular, man-made rock breakwater, which was constructed in 1982.
This impressive structure is located just north of Caravan Park in the centre of the beach. Because it faces southwest, Quinns Rocks Dog Beach is protected from tumultuous waves by the natural offshore reefs. Under normal conditions, the beach is quite safe and conditions are rarely hazardous. Therefore, it is a great choice for those who enjoy swimming with their fwater sports.