Quoin Head is a spectacular coastal headland at the easterly end of the Hakea trail in the Fitzerald River National Park.
The natural beauty, of its steep rugged cliffs and blue sparkling water, beneath make it very popular amongst keen photographers.
Ospreys and Kestrels are often seen soaring in the air above the beach.
Being only accessible by foot or 4WD and with its basic facilities it is perfect for nature lovers, for fishing and for bird watching.
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