Our lovely coastline and beaches

Western Australia is renowned for its clean crisp white beaches and blue-blue ocean. The coastline around the south west is no exception. Hope you enjoy the photos below to give you just a glimpse of how beautiful the water and landscape is.

This is Left Handers Beach near Gracetown.


The beautiful coastline north of Yallingup.

Smiths Beach and Canal Rocks to the south of Yallingup.

The very beautiful Bunker Bay.

The coastline at Sugarloaf Rock.

And the very popular beaches at Meelup.

Pretty special…aren’t they!

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10 Responses to Our lovely coastline and beaches

  1. Mulino Dominillo says:

    Beautiful, unspoiled and pristine. We can’t have that in Europe…

  2. Pauline says:

    Beautiful beaches – just love the colours and clarity of the water! have to get back there!

  3. Debra Kolkka says:

    Doesn’t it make you want to dive into that gorgeous water???

  4. Peter Jackson says:

    Is there a photo of Jim on his surfboard ?

  5. Debbie & Kevin Jackson says:

    Wow! They’re all great! Lovely to see you both here is Jurien … and to catch up with Mel also. I had trouble getting on here today. Tried everything on the page and finally got through by clicking the words “Our Lovely Coastline & Beaches”. Everything else told me there was an error or the page “Margaret River & Beyond” no longer existed. But I got there!! K is heading to Dandy today to play semi-finals Pennants bowls. “If” they win, they’ll play the winner of Leeman v Dandy … so they could possibly have to play at Dandy tomorrow. We’ll see how they go! Again, really great to see you and have a catch up. Happy travels. Debbie & Kevin xx

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