Parry Beach is located at the far western end of William Bay National Park offering spectacular views east across William Bay and the rest of the National Park. Parry Beach is a popular surfing beach and camping location too!
The beach is fully accessible via the Parry Beach Road which winds along the Parry Inlet off the South Coast Highway west of Denmark.
There are many facilities including camping, fishing, a boat launching area and public toilets.
The road continues on past Parry Beach leading you to Hillier Beach and Hillier Bay.
From the entrance to Parry Beach will get spectacular views of William Bay National Park in the distance.
There is an independent camping site at Parry Beach, owned by the Denmark Shire, with a toilet and shower blocks for males and females. Caretakers are on site for information about camping sites. Fees are per-person or extra person, daily. No EFT facilities only cash, no bookings. Enquire with the caretaker. Solar powered showers, BBQs. Dogs are permitted if kept on leads at all times.
Parry Beach WA - 30 kms west of Denmark.
Fees apply $15.00 per car (for 1 or 2 people) per night.
Adult $7.50 per person.
Children school age $3.00 per person
Children under 4 are free
0427 641 524
Find Out More about of Parry Beach Campground
The Parry Beach Campground is set wtihin a wooded and well shaded campground beneath the trees.
Camping is subject to availability and in school holidays it fills up fast! The beach is unpatrolled so be aware of the waves and supervise children at all times.
Have a look at the map below to get your bearings!
Tap the markers for information about the locations on the Map below.
Always Remember, the Great Southern Ocean coastline is prone to surges, so be extremely aware when climbing, driving or walking close to the waterline.
The nearby beaches of Greens Pool and Elephant Cove are protected by large rocks out to sea and are declared safe for swimming. However, always take care and be aware when near the great southern ocean. Large waves are common. Your safety is your responsibility.
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