So the family and I were just in Albany for a few days last week and we thought we'd try to go canoeing on the King or Kalgan Rivers. Well, we drove around there but it was so windy we gave up on the canoeing. As we were already over that way we thought we'd just go for a bit of an explore and drove on down to Nanarup beach just near the 'inlet' (which had completely closed off).
Just after we pulled up we saw a bus-load of kids from GSG pull up with snorkelling gear. Well, we wandered onto the beach - it was beautiful with perfect white squeaky sand - but just too exposed for anything much. We watched the students walking away off to the west towards a large rocky outcrop on the beach and decided to head that way.
As we started to see around the outcrop we saw a beautiful sheltered lagoon with crystal clear blue water. Wow - we were really blown away by how gorgeous it was. It would have been the perfect swimming spot and was definitely worth the walk up the beach.
I am sure the locals want to keep it to themselves but I just had to share.