The four-wheel drive-only access track in to Boranup Beach is as challenging as the end destination is spectacular. White sand. Blue ocean. Two regional coastal commodities whose beauty is accelerated at Boranup by the complete lack of alternate distraction.
There will be no crowds. No houses on the hill to interrupt that feeling of pristine geography.
The track down is a little bumpy, but Boranup Beach itself is long and flat, the ocean a calm curve meeting the fine sand of shore. Small waves roll through on moderate swells, while a bigger push will activate a bit of beach break power.
The landscape is an uninterrupted view of horizon and endless coastline that runs finally into a sheer wall of cliff.
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