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Come on down to Shell Beach, guaranteed you'll be the only one there, its so isolated but a short drive off the main drag. You'll be amazed at the sight, as far as the eye can see, tiny shell, no sand. Great sun sets.
Don’t miss a visit to this beach made up of trillions of tiny shells. Don’t expect to go bare footed through - where thongs or reef shoes. We expected to swim but the water was too far out. Not sure if it always is or...More
We took our kayaks here - bit of a walk from the car park but worth the paddle in this beautiful location. Not sure what a previous reviewer did to say there were no shells (possibly did not actually head to the shore) as there...More
This unique beach is a great pitstop on your way to or from Denham. It is made up of little white cockle shells and if you look closely you may see some zebra patterned shells in the mix too. On the day we visited, there...More
Shell Beach Shark Bay - beautiful to look at but made up entirely of millions of a very small shell called the Fragum Cockle. It can take 4,000 shells to make up 1 metre of space. Shell Beach is known to the Malgana people as...More
Response from Mcmonaglechris | Reviewed this property |
Define hot? Depends if you live in the Sahara desert or Alaska as to what you class as hot. Best time of year to visit Shark Bay is April to September. Anything outside that will either be windy as hell, or hot as hadies.