Hamersley Beach is a beautiful beach in picturesque surrounds.
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Hamersley Beach is a broad, white sandy beach that stretches from the mouth of Hamersley Inlet to a rocky headland near Edwards Point. A short walk from the beach up onto vegetated dunes near Hamersley Inlet offers a sensational view of the beach and inlet. From the rocky headland at the eastern end of the beach, an equally spectacular view across a rolling, white dune field creates another memorable vista. The beach offers opportunities for fishing and wildlife watching.
Vehicle access to Hamersley Beach is four-wheel drive (high clearance 4WDs) only along formed tracks and across soft sand dunes. The tracks may be closed during wet weather. The beach can also be reached on foot by hiking along the Hakea Trail, which connects Hamersley Inlet campground and picnic area with Cave Point in the east and Quoin Head in the west.
Coast Risks are significant in this park. Please bring your own drinking water as none is available at this site.