Whalebone Beach is a remote, scenic beach sometimes used for fishing.
Whalebone Beach is a scenic beach stretching between rocky headlands in a remote part of the park. When the access track is open it can reached by four-wheel-drive, otherwise on foot via the Hakea Trail. The walktrail winds through vegetated dunes behind the beach and then turns inland at Whalebone Cove and leads to a camping spot for hikers.
• Coast Risks and Cliff Risks are significant in this park.
• This is a remote trail with limited vehicle access and no water. Walkers need to be suitably prepared, self-contained and fully self-sufficient.
Caring for the park:
Please clean footwear and equipment at the start and finish of any walks you do in natural areas to prevent the spread of Phytopthora dieback.
Vehicle access to Whalebone Beach is four-wheel drive only and may be closed during wet weather.
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Note: Some sites, roads and walks are under construction as part of the Fitzgerald River National Park Improvement Project. Scheduled completion is winter 2013. Please contact the local DEC office or Ranger for information before visiting the park.