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Little Armstrong Bay is one of the most attractive and picturesque rocky coves on the Island. It is an ideal spot for families with young children and for snorkelers as it is located on one five sanctuary zones in the Marine Reserve on Rottnest...more
Noongar Loop, Cockburn, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 6161, Australia
We cycled to this bay and found it deserted for at least a couple of hours. The sea was so clear with a natural reef just 40 metres out you get to see some truly amazing sites! My only warning would be take some fly...More
Very flat and perfect for snorkeling since it is a marine sanctuary. Definitely worth the ride to get there. One negative is that there are no near by toilets but apart from that a great beach for all people - a must go beach when...More
While all the beaches on Rottnest Island are stunning, this bay is small, secluded and well sheltered from the wind.
The bay is shallow and easy to wade or relax in. The water is calm and one can swim out to deeper water safely without...More
Date of experience: November 2014
Penni22, Manager at Little Armstrong Bay, responded to this reviewResponded 27 November 2014
So glad you liked it. It is a favourite with us too.
Even by Rottnest standards this one is quiet.
Usually sheltered from the wind, this is a little scramble down. The beach reminds me of beaches you might see in Turkey. A stark but attractive beach.
There is snorkelling to be had here where you can...More