Gracetown Beach

Star 4.8 (16 Google reviews)

The tightknit community of Gracetown shares a lot of its character through the beach that bears its name. It’s size makes it intimate. Its natural state is raw. The wind buffets, but then so do the waves.
This is a town and a section of coast exposed and shaped by the push of weather that funnels between North Point and South Point – two landmark surf breaks between which sits the quieter Cowaramup Bay. Gracetown Beach is a small curve of sand crossed longitudinally by the Cape to Cape track, and latitudinally by Cowaramup Brook, a hotspot of local birdlife. Rocks are ideal for clambering. Low scrub on the hill behind paints a picture of raw beauty and exposure. Just a short walk up the hill to town, the Gracetown General Store is a small provider that’s adopted the Margaret River region ethos of produce, people and place with delicious results. This is a beach-side pit-stop that retains its coastal character while offering a high-quality food experience. Don’t miss the pies – they sell out early.


Gracetown Beach

2B Bayview Dr, Gracetown WA 6284, Australia


Star 4.8 (16 Google reviews)
Gregg Owens 02 July 2022

We love bringing the family down here and swimming, even in winter it's a great place to go for a swim just a little bit chilly! The car park is spacious with a lot of easy access to the beach and there are even public toilets

Luke Davis 02 July 2022

This is a great place to park up your car and have easy access to a great swimming spot it’s also a perfect spot to watch surfing as there are waves far out the back

Driver 08 July 2022

Best Beach in Margaret River. There are rough breaks for the pros as well as a calm bay for families or weak swimmers. Gracies general store has hot food and a bottle shop and petrol station

Chris Bonner 23 April 2022

The dog beach is amazing and also a great snorkel spot.