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This is the largest private shell collection in Australia and well worth a visit. Local couple Peter and Kathy have spent a lifetime collecting shells and they display a wonderful selection, not just from around WA but all over the world.
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The collection is very good, the lady running the place lovely and friendly, but the entry costs were pretty high for what took less than 1/2hr. Was very disappointed to hear no photos, would have liked to take a photo of the kids with a...More
Great little place to stop,its in the house of the couple (just ring the doorbell) the husbands collects shells from all over the world, also there are other sea animals as well.Well worth the visit massive display all in glass cabinets.
We stumbled upon this little gem of a place on the back from a trip to Margaret River. This shell collection is the largest private collection of shells in the world and worth a look - especially if you have kids. My nephews (six and...More
Our kids love collecting seashells whenever we’re on a beach so we thought we’d check this place out on a wet weather day. Located just off the main road with plenty of parking. Essentially one man’s lifetime collection of sea shells, sea animals and other...More
My daughter is a huge shell fan and was delighted with what was displayed. An enormous and beautiful collection. I just thought the $8 adult / $4 child entry fee was a little steep for a 15 minute viewing.
If you are anywhere near try and make time to visit the Bellview Shell Museum. It's a real eye opener. You could spend hours examining this collection; and then you have the opportunity to purchase a souvenir. This collection is one man's lifetime hobby -...More
If you are in the Margaret River Region this attraction is a MUST.From the moment Kathy opens the front door you will be amazed not only by the friendly welcome but by the most incredible collection of seashells and marine life that you will ever...More
Whilst on a short break in Busselton we motored down to Witchcliffe having seen the advertisment for the Bellview Shell Collection in the copy of the Geographe Bay Travel Guide 2013 that we collected from the Busselton Guest House where we spent three very restful...More