Overview

After a day of surfing heavy reef breaks, Redgate offers a nice easy beach break set among beautiful coastal dunes and ancient granite boulders. It can be great for beginners in the right conditions, but beware of rips. It likes a swell from the south to south-west with easterly wind, but its location offers some protection, so it's worth a look when all else fails.

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For the bird enthusiasts!

Australasian Gannet, Eastern Reef Egret, Osprey and Hooded Plover are all worth looking for. In the vegetation near the beach, you can also look for Rock Parrot, Little Eagle, Australian Hobby and Nankeen Kestrel.

Google Reviews

15
Nov
2019
Syafiq Tan
5.0
A great family friendly beach with amazing sunsets. Parking can be tricky when the surfs are good. Not much shade so bring your own shade tents and cold drinks. For surfers out there, this is a sand break. Great for beginners learning to surf. The drop in is pretty quick, so you have to be fast.
02
Nov
2019
Patrick
5.0
This is a great spot to come for a swim or watch surfers or just hang out and relax. Beautiful part of Margaret River. The parking can be tricky as car park fills up on busy days, i would not recommend driving down here with a caravan, maybe camper trailer, but not a caravan. No toilets that i could see either.... Also track to beach is not great for elderly (those unstable on their feet) or anyone in a wheel chair.
15
Dec
2019
Al Smith
5.0
Stunning views, soft sands and clear water
28
Oct
2019
Kieran
5.0
Beautiful beach, big waves, large stretch of sand. Beware the rip!!
19
Oct
2019
Ryan Fearnall
5.0
Redgate is always good. Even when it's onshore.