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A beautiful spot to visit a caravan park is in walking distance to the beach ...I would recommend booking in advance was very busy ...the stingrays come so close to the shore you can feed them ...was amazing to see them up close .
A really nice beach in Margaret River where you are able to see stingrays. However, it was really windy the day we came, so the beach had huge swells and we didn't really see much. There were a few birds trying to fly around and...More
We were travelling around the Margaret river region, and stopped at most of the scenic spots. This was a beautiful place to stop, The beach was clean, and the area nice for tourists. If in the area, I would recommend a stop,
We spent a lovely morning here and were lucky enough to spot two or three stingrays. I don't think this is necessarily the case for everyone so just be aware that they might not be there. The beach is nice and extremely big so there's...More
I would recommend visiting this place mostly for historical reasons , since you can still see a ramp built in the late 1880s where the British used to load timber to ship to England. Parts of the ramp are still there today!
The scenery was beautiful and the sun was there to greet us however, we were not so lucky in seeing the rays. Due to the recent weather a large amount of seaweed had been washed ashore and was rather smelly in places. This did not...More
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we have been there twice and both times we saw the Sting Rays in the early evening around 4pm. First time we were there there was a local man feeding them , I dont know of anyplace to purchase food locally , try Agusta if... More
we have been there twice and both times we saw the Sting Rays in the early evening around 4pm. First time we were there there was a local man feeding them , I dont know of anyplace to purchase food locally , try Agusta if its on your way .Anyway if you go knee deep into the water and tap the surface the fish will come because they think its feeding time .