Ocean Beach (Swimming between the Flags)
Denmark's closest and most popular beach.
The Ocean Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is situated at Ocean Beach. Ocean Beach is popular with surfers because of it's great waves. Surfers seen daily.
Lights Beach (Unpatrolled)
Giant waves buffet the coastline along Lights Beach which is just outside the eastern boundary of William Bay National Park. Lights Beach has three seperate beaches, one with a 'princess pool' where waves crash over rocks, pour down a waterfall and carve a long curving path back to the ocean.
Greens Pool (Unpatrolled)
Safe for families and children due to the rock reef close to shore. Patrolled in summer holidays. Check with the visitors centre or shire to be sure.
Elephant Cove (Unpatrolled)
Ancient Birthing Ground and secret cove
BE CAREFUL: Unpredictable large waves (surges, or king waves) which are created far from shore can wash over the shore and rocks along the West Cape Howe and Torndirrup Peninsula coastline - even on calm, clear days the waterline is always much higher than usual. Always be aware when near the Great Southern Ocean.
Turquoise waters, verdant surrounds and ocean breeze make this beach a popular yet remote destination. Visit Shelley Beach
In the middle of the beach is a giant boulder which was lifted by the sea and placed onto the beach by the force of the waves. Visit Cable Beach
Located on the southern side of the King George Sound this is a beautiful setting with picnic area and barbecues and a boat launch. Ideal for relaxing, eating, and having quiet day out. Visit Frenchman Bay
With picnic and barbecues, and easy stairway access, it is a delightful place to stop for lunch. Visit Nanarup Beach
Salmon Holes is reached by a winding pathway from the lookout, descending to the white beach. The beach is named after the salmon that come to rest in the bays. Visit Salmon Holes
It is easy to see why it was given this name as the jagged black rocks rise in rows along the entire stretch of coastline. Visit Sinker Reef
Albany National Park Beaches:
West Cape Howe National Park Beaches:
Shelley Beach Shelly Beach in West Cape Howe is a beautiful and powerful beach along the waters of Torbay.The turquoise waters, verdant surrounds and ocean breeze make this beach a popular yet remote destination.
Cosy Corner With pristine white beaches, camping facilities, and lots of picnic benches, Cosy Corner is cosy indeed, and located just outside the eastern border of the West Cape National Park.
Torndirrup National Park Beaches:
Salmon Holes is reached by a winding pathway from the lookout, descending to the white beach. The beach is named after the salmon that come to rest in the bays.
Visit the Salmon Holes
In the middle of the beach is a giant boulder which was lifted by the sea and placed onto the beach by the force of the waves.
Visit the Cable Beach
This South Coast Beaches Map has most of the beaches along the south coast from west of Walpole to east of Albany. Tap on the markers on the map below to find information about each beach. Tap the markers for information about the locations
within the Beaches of the South Coast Map, below.