Shelley Beach is the most visited area in West Cape Howe National Park, as it is the only area in the park that is accessible to two-wheel drive vehicle.
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The wide sweep of beach is bounded at both ends by huge granite boulders, formed at the same time as the granites of the Porongurup Range, 79 kilometres to the north.
Campers can pitch a tent at Shelley Beach Campground, which has a barbecue and long drop toilet. Campfires and cooking fires are not allowed here.
Shelley Beach is not suitable for caravans or camper trailers. Only tents & small camper vans (without side awnings) are permitted for overnight stays.