From shell lined shores to squeaky white sands and even beaches where kangaroos are the locals – WA’s beaches are like no other.

Cape Arid National Park

Take a walk, swim, snorkel, fish, four-wheel drive or camp on the wild side.

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Cape Le Grand National Park

Wild coastal scenery, beaches, bays, and bush walks, life’s grand at Cape Le Grand!

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Cape Range National Park

Raw, natural, nature at its best - Cape Range National Park is part of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.

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Cardabia Coast

Nyinggulu

Located on the shores of Ningaloo Marine Park, the Cardabia coast offers gently undulating coastline with spectacular scenery.

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Carnac Island Nature Reserve

Boating, swimming, snorkelling or diving – we think you’ll give this island the seal of approval.

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D'Entrecasteaux National Park

An impressive name for an impressive park - explore huge mobile sand dunes, volcanic rock columns by the sea, see a shipwreck, freshwater lakes and so much more.

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Dampier Archipelago Island Reserves

It’s H2O a-go-go at the Dampier Archipelago! Discover the ultimate playground for water enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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Dirk Hartog Island National Park

Just a hop, skip and a jump away. Hop onto the ferry, skip off at the other side and jump into your four-wheel drive. Let the adventure begin! 

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Edel Land National Park (proposed)

Go as far west as you can go - the most westerly point of WA is here.

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Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park

Imagine 220km of uninterrupted white sand and turquoise water, mudflats and mangroves. This place is an ideal stop for anglers, beach goers, campers, four-wheel driving and bird watchers.

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Fitzgerald River National Park

Wilderness, wildflowers, walking and whale watching. Fitzgerald River National Park has a raw beauty all its own. A visit to this botanical wonderland that will keep you wanting more.

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Francois Peron National Park

No filter required. This is the place where red desert cliffs meet the turquoise sea. Seeing is believing - this park is a colourful wilderness adventure.

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