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Pristine and perfect are two words that reflect the absolute beauty of Lucky Bay.
Here you will find an ocean coloured all imaginable shades of blue, sand so white and fine that it squeaks between your toes and the extraordinary sight of kangaroos sunbathing on the beach - just incredible!
Matthew Flinders spent a few days here back in 1802 and its easy to see why - stop for a moment to take in its breathtaking beauty or stay a little longer at the Lucky Bay campsite that comes complete with solar hot showers. Just imagine waking up to crystal clear water, snow white sand and a kangaroo for company.
(Image below by Tourism WA)
To see a map and the driving directions from Google Maps open this file and if you know how to do it save it to your mobile phone or tablet.
We recommend you plan a visit to the Lucky Bean cafe in season and that you have a look at their facebook site or Australia's Golden Outback's website.
Entry fees can be paid at the park and the Ranger will collect camping fees from you direct. You can camp at either Lucky Bay or Cape Le Grand Beach. Facilities include tank water, septic toilets, solar heated showers, camp kitchens and barbecues. No power.
Frenchmans Peak - 3km return. A track leads from the car park, up the gentle east slope of the peak, to the summit. Features great views over the Park. Allow 1.5 hours hard walking.
Entrance fees to the Park apply
Image below of Hellfire Beach by Tourism WA