Gnarabup Beach, Margaret River

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.6/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
A large reef breaks up the ocean's swell before it gets close to Gnarabup Beach, so the waters are calm and easy on the shore. However, surfers seek out these swells that carry them back towards the beach, then they can swim out again for another round. Whales migrate through the waters off the coast, and if you're lucky you may catch sight of them coming up for air on their way to their seasonal feeding waters in Antarctica. Work out when and for how long to visit Gnarabup Beach and other Margaret River attractions using our handy Margaret River travel itinerary planner.
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  • Walk along the pathway to the second set of steps, if you like a little wave or two with your swim, or go down to the sheltered little bay if you prefer calm water. 
  • Do try the White Elephant cafe here for great coffee and muffins. Lovely views and walks here. When the wind is up, the waves are amazing here. 
  • This is one of a number of similar beaches along this coastline. This beach is wide, often wild and overall both awe inspiring and quite wonderful. The beach is protected by modest sized sand dunes wh...  read more »
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