Photo essay; beaches of WA

Coral Bay

Coral Bay

Most people think of the East Coast when they think about travelling in Australia. This is especially true for backpackers. However, the West Coast has got so much to offer; the beaches are pristine, the water is blue and it is way less crowded.

Broome, mostly crocodile safe

Broome, mostly crocodile safe

The west coast is the place to see the sun disappear into the sea. Broome is a well known spot for a spectacular sunset.

The west coast is the place to see the sun disappear into the sea. Broome is a well known spot for a spectacular sunset.

Cape range national park has got a lot to offer. Especially after the busy tourist season you can find many empty beaches with perfect water that you have all to yourself. I love these photos, taken just before the sun went down. It gives them a warm look and makes the beach even more inviting.

Beautiful waters right next to the campsite

Beautiful waters right next to the campsite

White sands in the Cape Range National park

White sands in the Cape Range National park

If you’re lucky you’ll be here in the whale season.

Pebble Beach near Exmouth is 4WD accessible. The water is shallow and perfect for a refreshing dip.

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