West Cape Howe National Park, Albany
(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Take first the look from above to the Shelly Beach! Breathtakeing! The beach is as well smooth! Maybe, stay for more than just a couple of eyeblinks.. Try also nearby Cosy Beach, just around the corne...  more »
  • Another stunning Western Australia beach set among the boulders. The clear green water is amazing. Don't miss a visit if you are in the area. 
  • We were fortunate enough to camp in the Shelley Beach campground, apart of the West Cape Howe National Park over Easter. The scenery of the whole National Park is nothing short of stunning, a favoured...  more »
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  • Beautiful park with great beaches and ideal for good pictures of pristine water.
  • Admittedly, my experience was tainted by bad weather and trails closed as a result of a fire. Lovely park, 4x4 would be best to get the most out of this place.
  • Fantastic place of natural beauty,still pristine and full of biodiversity
  • Amazing isolated beaches and forests of tall trees. The best of all is the unpopular but less explored Shelly Beach which has breathtaking first site and a camping area as well. The road access to Shelly beach is gravel midway from the main national park road but you can drive through slowly and easily on car as well and at last you will say "totally worth it"!! Enjoy exploring..
  • Good 4x4 tracks