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Hamelin Bay Beach

Open 24 Hours
Hamelin Bay Beach, Cape to Cape Walk Track, Boranup WA 6286
  • Birdwatching
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Fishing & Boating
    Fishing & Boating
  • Free
  • Nature & Wildlife Spotting
    Nature & Wildlife Spotting
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot
  • Scenic Spot
    Scenic Spot

A visit to stunning Hamelin Bay is a must do on many a holiday schedule. A vast bay of bright white sand, turquoise waters filled with marine life and spectacular coastal cliff walks. Swimming, snorkeling, fishing, diving - you can do it all!

Come and meet the famous sting rays at Hamelin Bay. These beautiful creatures love to come to the shoreline to say hello to visitors.
For the bird enthusiasts! Walk to the freshwater lake near the caravan park and look for Waterbirds including Grey Teal, Purple Swamphen and Grebes. Collard Sparrowhawk and little Eagle have been seen here. Visit the beach for possible sightings of Hooded Plover. In summer, the Sanderling and Bridled Tern are welcome visitors! Hamelin Bay is home to a caravan park, small shop, public toilets and boat ramp.

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Google Reviews

Perhaps, this is one of the beautiful beaches that one should not miss in Summer or early Autumn. The water was so crystal clear, the sand was soft and fine The eagle string ray at the shallow water was very friendly. The cool breeze and the fresh air made me feel so comfortable. A great place for family activities. Surely I will re-visit this lovely beach when I pass by Hamelin Bay again. Ernest Li
One of the best beaches in the world in my opinion. I'm pretty sure that Hamelin bay is one of the only places in the world where you can pat a wild stingray. The beach is also expansive and beautiful and if there is little wind, I would happily spend most of my day on the beach. The water is cold but there is lots of opportunity for snorkeling, fishing moments and overall fun. Callum Johnston
Nice to see the wild Stingray on the beach. And they are so friendly. Stay there for at least half hour. If you still didn’t see any stingray . You really had bad luck. 钱春烨
Beautiful beach. The stingrays are protected in the bay, so don’t come here if you’re looking to avenge Steve Irwin. Tom L
Amazing bay with the added attraction of local sting rays gliding along the shoreline. As an added bonus (depending on your point of view) also a 1.5 metre shark also in the shallows. Amazing, a must see spot. Allan Burton
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