Smith’s Beach derives its sense of isolation from its location. A little north from Smith’s sits the popular seaside spot of Bunker Bay. A little south, the bottom-of-town Yallingup Beach – easy walk to holiday homes and cafes.
Dispersal of crowds between multiple, iconic coastal hot spots on either side means Smith’s Beach flies a little under the radar.
When the swell hits, of course, attendance numbers climb: Supertubes is widely known among the surf community for its ability to hold huge swells in those clear waters.
Walkers will love the long stretch of powdered white sand. There is plenty of space to pitch a sun umbrella in relative seclusion.
In winter, the ocean deepens its turquoise hue and makes for an exceptional backdrop to wild beach wanders.
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