Redgate Beach

Redgate Beach, Margaret River: Address, Redgate Beach Reviews: 4.5/5

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Dazzling63
Solihull, UK865 contributions
Friends
Without doubt, this was the most spectacular beach to experience at sunset. We were the only ones there, having made the short picturesque drive from Margaret River (watch our for kangaroos jumping into the roads!)
It feels very remote at this time of the evening. It’s very eerie and the sound of the huge waves crashing onto the huge boulders is deafening. An absolutely awesome sight to see though. The sea is wild and you can see the waves and spray crashing out on this horizon. Don’t miss this!
Written April 9, 2020
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Ariadne
48 contributions
Family
This is probably one of the most beautiful stop overs that we did in the area. We had a toddler with us and it was the perfect place to splash amongst the shallows where the sea was gently washing up to the rocks. It’s very picturesque and peaceful here.
A good place to stretch your legs, enjoy the view and relax.
Written February 24, 2020
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Tony H
36 contributions
This beach is spectacular. The Indian Ocean slams into huge rocks just offshore giving the most incredible displays of sea spray and illustrative power of the ocean. You could spend days watching this stuff. Alas it is also the place where in 1876 the Georgette sank and more than 50 survivors were dragged from the water by a woman on horseback: Grace Bussell aged sixteen and her companion Sam Isaacs.an indigenous farmhand saved fifty of the passengers but unfortunately when the vessel was first abandoned two women and five children were drowned. On a calm day you can still see the shadowy outline of the Georgette about 90 metres offshore.
Written November 25, 2019
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MarcTommo
Margaret River, Australia63 contributions
Couples
Redgate Beach/Calgardup Bay is beautiful but it can be quite treacherous when there is any swell around due to strong rips and undercurrents. This is a popular surf break with the locals but not recommended for beginners. The views from the lookout and memorial plaque, for the 1876 shipwreck SS Georgette, towards Isaacs Rocks are spectacular.
Written April 8, 2017
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MerciAsia
Ko Samui, Thailand542 contributions
To see with Hamelin Beach, after Xanadu Winery the best sparkling (copy of Champagne) and very good Chardonnay
Written March 10, 2020
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GlobalNomadity
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia17 contributions
Windy day provided high waves and spectacular sea crashed against the offshore rock formations. Worth a visit.
Written February 12, 2020
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TashPotato
Perth, Australia61 contributions
Family
Great for fishing! Secluded beach, with amazing sunset views.
We stayed at Redgate too, also recommended.
Written March 1, 2016
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john B
Marmaris, Turkey74 contributions
Solo
beautiful beach but not really for anyone other than good swimmers who know what they are doing in rips. Dont go too far out there are sharks here regularly...
Written September 6, 2018
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01TravelBug
Perth, Australia253 contributions
Couples
While this beach is nice to look at there are 3 rips (2 seasonal and 1 permanent) within a short space of each other which makes it stupid to swim near.
There have also been recent shark sightings at this beach yet you still see surfers and tourists taking a chance.

The beach has plenty of rocks also. There are nicer, safer beaches locally. Choose wisely.
Written April 24, 2018
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Stanley_Foodie
10 contributions
Family
In its essence this beach is amazing. But if you don't understand the currents or aren't a strong swimmer I wouldn't recommend going here. The waves are quite dumpy and the rips are strong and volatile.
Written April 2, 2018
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