From the small sandy beach, a short walk from the campground and day use area, visitors have the option to swim, snorkel, kayak, paddleboard or simply relax on the beautiful shoreline.
Enjoy a walk along the universal access walk trail that leads north to Sandy Bay, keep any eye out for kangaroos, echidnas and birds of prey circling above.
Located adjacent to the Osprey Bay Sanctuary Zone, shore-based fishing is permitted within the special purpose (shore-based fishing) zone only. Download the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area map for Marine Park Zoning and activities permitted in these zones or visit the Fisheries website .
Combine your kayak with a snorkel at the Osprey Sanctuary Kayak moorings.
A 1.1kilometre paddle (about one-hour) south-west across to the inside of the reef will take you to the first of two kayak moorings within Osprey Sanctuary Zone. A second kayak mooring is located a further 500m south. Return by paddling to the north-east along the shore to the Osprey boat launch area.
Stay safe in the water
Kayaking and snorkelling in Ningaloo Marine Park requires experience. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the required level of experience. If in doubt, don’t go out.
Be aware of currents and winds, check weather conditions prior to setting out.
For more information visit on kayaking in Ningaloo Marine Park visit Milyering Discovery Centre .
Boat launching is possible. May not be suitable for larger vessels.
Toilet facilities and two shaded picnic tables in the day use area