Cape Le Grand National Park

Cape Le Grand National Park

Cape Le Grand National Park
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The Cruising Clarkes
Mandurah, Australia281 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020 • Family
We visited here on an overcast day that was to cold and windy for swimming though looking v bc ack it may have been better. The ocean showed off the brilliant colours we were hoping to see and the back drop of the storm were stunning. $15 park entry fee for the car.
Written September 27, 2020
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Vicky S
Sydney, Australia11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
There are a few beaches to choose from in this stunning place. We were truly spoiled during our visit where we found one beach entirely deserted, it did require a slightly challenging smooth rock descent, but flip flops fared well in the end. Also no facilities.

Lucky bay was a bit seaweedy when we went, and allows 4WD beach access so not as epic as expected. We came once to find no kangaroos for our ultimate Aussie picture, but a quick stop back there towards the end of the day didn’t disappoint.

Hellfire bay was our returning visit pick as it had super easy access, facilities (sort of) and even a bbq area.

Don’t be fooled by the dirt road access only beach, it’s very much only good if you’re in a 4WD, and even then wasn’t the best.

Overall be prepared here, great in a 4WD, not many facilities around the park so bring your food and water and be ready to take it all in!
Written January 28, 2020
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Paz
Perth, Australia11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
What an amazing beach. The photos don’t do it justice and they are incredibly beautiful so that tells you something.

The only thing that spoiled it on one day was a noisey back packer group in three camper vans and a car driving up and down the beach with a drone, girls hanging out of the doors and the guys beeping their horns and all yelling and destroying the serenity.

Thank goodness this is not the norm and most people are respectful of the gorgeous surroundings and other people trying to enjoy it.

The water is so clear and refreshingly cool, it is a must visit in a Esperance.
Written February 24, 2021
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caddyandbellA
Perth, Australia5,660 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
Firstly let me say that if you are going to Esperance and surrounding areas get yourself a Park Pass for a year.We ended up in 9 National Parks and paid each time rather than pay the one off fee to do all parks.Capr Le Grand National park was so much more than we had imagined.Our drive in took us straight to Lucky Bay which is stunning.We did Rossiter which wasnt so great because of the seaweed,Hellfire was surblime in colours and beauty and my husband had a swim.We didnt climb Frenchmans Peak but saw many people of varying fitnesses that had managed to do it.Maybe do it in the cooler hours.Cape Le Grand itself was beautiful too with a simple camping area and if the tides are right with a 4x4 you can follow the beach back to Wylies near the boat Harbour in town but it is 22kms.We saw snakes,lizards and stunning wildflowers.Im sure in the right season too you would see many whales.You only need a 2x2 to access all beaches
Written November 1, 2020
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Tednmae
Perth, Australia187 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021 • Couples
First time to this National Park and a day entry for a sedan vehicle is $15. The amenities are good with toilets and picnic tables. Bitumen roads and carpacks. Definitely should be on your list to visit.
Written February 3, 2021
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The Traveller
Perth, Australia605 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
This National Park is a treat. Plenty of beaches to go park yourself at and walk trails throughout. Could easily spend a couple of days out here. Would recommend the 5 day park pass for $25
Written January 8, 2020
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m n
Safety Bay, Australia3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Family
It was our first time to visit Albany and this was on the checklist. You need to pay for entrance per vehicle.It was spectacular comparing to my local beach. Sand is firm, so i believe 4wd won't easily get bogged. Though the water is cold, it is clear and shallow. Only bad experience is that rude old man ranger. I work in aged care and I always love the elderly but I cant stand that guy. Need to learn how to say "please" and speak nicely to visitors especially if they make minor mistakes.
Written February 8, 2021
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Janette S
Perth, Australia36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Friends
Of all the National Parks, this has to be the one with the most stunning beaches. This time we were there late afternoon and the way the setting sun changed the colour of everything was magical. Lucky Bay is every bit as special as people say, but make sure you visit all the other beaches too.
Written May 18, 2021
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Marika D
Beaconsfield, Australia84 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Couples
We spent a day visiting as many of the beautiful beaches as we can ... omg they are breathtaking ❤️
A must if you visiting this neck of the woods .
We would of like to camp in the park but it was booked out but “empty “
The campsites are booked out but visitors are not turning up 😳
It’s frustrating as we missed out on spending a few days in the park but realistically over half of the sites stayed vacant at Cape Le Grand campsite ... must be a better way to work the booking system 😳
Written February 12, 2021
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margaretclincoln
Lincoln, UK929 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
The coastline along the south coast of WA is stunning! Lucky Bay, Thistle Cove and especially Hellfire Bay must have the whitest sands anywhere. Lucky Bay is famous for the residents roos but I think the others are more intimate and quiet. Having said that we had the best cup of coffee from the lovely lady at the hut on Lucky Bay beach, as well as a great 'blether' - an English expression that I hope will become part of her language from now on. She told us so much about her local aboriginal history it was a shame we had to move on! In her words - strangers are just friends you have yet to meet.
Written January 2, 2020
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