Beautiful sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and plenty to do nearby – it’s the dream, isn’t it? But, it’s not quite a fairytale. It’s what you can find throughout the Peel region, a short drive from the heart of Ocean Hill, North Lakelands.
Finding iconic, world-class beaches is easy to do when you live in the Satterley community of Ocean Hill. The Peel region boasts some of the best beaches in the whole of Western Australia.
It’s been tough, but we’ve chosen our Top 5 world-class beaches, all located in the Peel region, close to your home in Ocean Hill.
MADORA BAY BEACH, MADORA BAY
Madora Bay Beach is one of our favourite ocean side spots. Often uncrowded it’s the ideal destination to relax and take time out of your busy day. During winter months you may just spy the occasional avid fisherman. Take a stroll and watch the sun go down on the new viewing platform.
TOWN BEACH, DOLPHIN QUAY
Town Beach is one of the most popular beaches around due to its fantastic facilities and amenities nearby the water. Plenty of parking, BBQ, playground supervision from the Surf Life Saving team gives you peace of mind that your little ones will be entertained and safe!
Safe swimming spots and nearby cafe’s and restaurants make a day at the beach easy and enjoyable for the whole family.
DODDIES BEACH, HALLS HEAD
Doddies Beach is a great beach to choose on a windy day. Protected by the nature surrounding, you’ll avoid the chill of the wind and be able to cool off in the tranquil waters. If you have a boat or jet-ski, bring them along and enjoy an afternoon on the water! With a Dome Cafe, parking, playgrounds and BBQ facilities, you’ll have plenty to keep the little ones occupied!
SEASCAPES BEACH, HALLS HEAD
If you have a furry member in your family, head to Seascapes Beach. Dogs are welcome and you’ll find plenty of friends to play with on your beach walk. Rockpools and marine creatures are plentiful, so keep your eyes open and bring a camera to capture some of WA’s magical creatures.
Lido Beach is one of our top child-friendly beach destinations. Sometimes called Marina South Harbour Beach, this swimming area is man-made and safe away from strong currents. There are plenty of BBQ facilities, parking and play equipment to wind the day away.
Where is your favourite beach spot? Have we missed one you think is world-class? Let us know!