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Shell Beach is made up entirely of millions of tiny white Fragum cockle shells. The shells are up to 10 m deep in places and it takes 4,000 shells to cover 1 square metre of the hyper saline water here where little else could survive. ...More
It helps to visit this beach after visiting the Hamelin Pool (quarry) site, and also the old parts of the Shark Bay Hotel and the nearby "Pearler" restaurant building on the Denham shore-front to see the use of these shells in actual practice.
This was a beautiful and peaceful lagoon beach, the whole beach is tiny shells which makes for great instagram pics, the water is crystal clear and shallow with no waves, perfect to cool down however the water is very salty due to evaporation so if...More
This beautiful unique location is worth a look. The beach is millions of tiny shells, in a protective cove beautiful for swimming and dog friendly.Good parking suitable for cars as well as motorhomes and cars with caravans.
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.