This beach, which begins just out of Port Hedland, stretches over 80 miles of pure white, undisturbed beach sand lapped by the tranquil and turquiose blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Washed clean by 10 metre tides every day, a walk along the beach in the morning will reveal some of the most colourful and interesting shells you will see, literally covering the shore: great for a collection to amaze your friends with.
The tracks of turtles who have laid their eggs in the dunes on the previous night will also be seen. Some of you may even want to wait for them and see one of nature's miracles first hand. A tip for night walking, there are no lights whatsoever apart from the moonlight so take a torch and you will also see the hermit crabs scatter along the shores.