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Boranup Beach

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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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Google Reviews

Nice clear water and great place to swim and Take the kids, just keep an eye on the tides and waves as some parts of the beach get rough. Ashley Smith
If you can get there... It's worth it. Nestled away deep in the south west forest.. Once you find the beach, words don't describe how pristine it is. The beach stretches for miles, with picture perfect aqua blue water. You will need a 4wd to get there. Gaz Ahern
Boranup is a beautiful long beach with very fine and clean powdery sand. The track leading in is a little rocky in places but relatively easy and can be done in any 4x4, just lower your tyre pressures to around 18-20psi, no need to go any further even for the beach. Henry Hendrix
Beautiful location with stunning views and white sands. Maddy Andersen
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