Cosy Corner

Star 4.7 (69 Google reviews)

The beach at Cosy Corner is generally sheltered and is popular for swimming. The limestone platform on the beach to the south of the car park contains many blowholes able to spurt water up to 6m high on rough days.
Diving The sprinkling of islands offshore from Cosy Corner in the Ngari Capes Marine Park are surrounded by stunning reefs and drop-offs that are home to a myriad of colourful marine animals, including the giant blue groper. It is a perfect place for diving if you pick your weather conditions and are prepared to lug heavy scuba equipment down the steep path. Fishing Cosy Corner is popular with both beach and rock fishers but if you decide to try your hand fishing here please do so with an eye to your personal safety, as the rugged swells in this area occasionally wash fishers off rocks and result in fatalities. Always wear a personal flotation device when fishing from rocks and never fish alone. This beach is accessible by two wheel drive.


Cosy Corner

Hamelin Bay WA 6288, Australia


Star 4.7 (69 Google reviews)
Eva from Chilled Mochi Studio 19 May 2022

Trail: 6km (2 hours). Difficulty: Medium-high (it has rocks so not recommended for kids and people with disabilities) Interesting formation of blow holes, soft sand (almost like new snow), plantations and bird - hooded plover

Aynad Z 30 January 2022

There were only two of us when we got there. It felt secluded and the beach was pristine! Just amazing!

Jayson Francis 20 May 2022

What a spot! We visited to try and go for a fish but weather was too rough. Blowing the treacherous north easterlies, we still found good cover here, you could fish off the rocks if you didn't have kids. Would be lovely on a warm sunny day 😎

Kev Smith 10 May 2022

Amazing blowholes at the far end(part of the Cape to Cape walk) if you're lucky enough to visit when the tide is high enough. Beautiful sand and water, a non gazetted nudist beach if you like going bare!