A scenic small beach towards the eastern end of the Fitzgerald River National Park where the multi-layered coloured rocks have been sculptured by wind and sea.
You can pick up a section of the Hakea Trail either to the west or the east from the beach.
A seat on the headland gives you a clear viewing point to see the whales with their calves as they come close to the shore during winter.
You can get to this site by two-wheel drive – variable road conditions.
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