Two People's Bay Nature Reserve is a very welcoming place with much to see and explore. The visitors centre is well-kept and informative with a wonderful little gift shop packed with information on the area. Picnic tables and toilets are located a short walk from the car park. There is also access to the walking trails from here.
Two People's Bay is located approximately 25 kilometres north-east of Albany. It's an easy drive along Lower King Road to where it changes to Nanarup Road at Oyster Harbour. See the Two People's Bay, Nanarup & Gull Rock Map for more on getting to Two People's Bay and the surrounding area.
Two People's Bay was internationally renowned as the site of the rediscovery of the presumed extinct noisy scrub-bird in 1962. Hooray!
The Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve includes many different areas to explore.
Nanarup Beach There is a long beautiful white sandy beach at Nanarup. With picnic
and barbecues, and easy stairway access, it's a delightful place
to stop for lunch. Nanarup Beach
Sinker Reef is located on the southern
side of the Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve. The 4wd track to Sinker Reef winds across the peninsula to where
the Great Southern Ocean crashes with all its might. Visit Sinker Reef
Little Beach It is a beautiful walk along the beach to where a giant stone stands
alone against the sea. Little Beach is somewhat sheltered by the
headland and is blessed with bright turquoise waters. Visit Little Beach
Waterfall Beach is a short walk over the headland from the south side of Little Beach. A small waterfall winds its way to the ocean through a rock crevasse. Visit Waterfall Beach