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Meelup Reserve Trail

Meelup Road, Western Australia 6280 Australia

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  • Independent
  • Not Wheelchair
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“Meelup Regional Park”

Pack your snorkel on this all day walk past some of the most stunning and secluded white-sand beaches in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste. There’s a vast array of sea life to observe, including seals and dolphins, as well as wildlife such as kangaroos, snakes and a plethora of bird life - honey eaters and cormmorants to name a couple. For the botanists out there you’ll also pass through beautiful flora - like the peppermint forest. Another geographical highlight of this 7.4km walk is the popular swimming and picnicking spot of Meelup Beach. With it’s extremely calm and crystal-clear water, it’s the perfect spot to snorkel or try Castle Rock or Eagle Bay, a little further up the coast. There are great barbeque facilities and picnic tables on the grassy verge by the beach, so do remember to pack lunch. The trail starts in Old Dunsborough where the Meelup Nature Reserve begins. You’ll head past Curtis Bay, Point Picquet before finishing at Eagle Bay. If you have the energy, walk back the way you came or catch a taxi at Eagle Bay.

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Meelup Reserve Trail

Meelup Road
Western Australia
6280 Australia
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  • Restrooms
  • Wifi
  • Wheelchair Accessible
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