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Amazing National Park with breath taking views.
Do not attempt this NP if you are not an experienced off road driver some of the roads are extremely cut up and one or two places they are very nearly impassable
We took a drive down to West Cape Howe from Shelley Beach Rd.
It definitely requires a high clearance 4WD through soft sand and we dropped our tyre pressure down to 20 psi. The track didn't present any major problems and the views at the...More
Great 4wd tracks. Loved dingo beach in particular. Be careful of the soft sand on dingo beach! Some of the 4wd tracks are pretty hardcore. Shelley beach doesn't seem that shelley and was quite busy when we went but there are plenty of other spots...More
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 corner.
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 spot of campers, hand gliders and fisherman, plus beach goers....More
Stunning scenery wherever you look in this area. The coast line is beautiful, good for bird watching and sighting of native wildlife. Wildflowers in abundance. One of the best areas in our state of WA.
West Cape Howe National Park is about a half hour drive from Albany, and is a beautiful national park.
With a two wheel drive, you are limited in what you can see. You can only access Shelley Beach, which is at the end of a...More