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Parry Beach
west of William Bay National Park in the Denmark Region

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Parry Beach, William Bay NP
Parry Beach Signpost
Safety at Parry Beach

Parry Beach is located at the far western end of the park offering spectacular views across William Bay towards Green Pool and Elephant Rocks. The Bibbulmun Track winds along the beach to Tower Hill and beyond to Lights Beach.

Bordering Mazzoletti Beach across the inlet shore, this beach is over five kilometres long, which will bring you directly to Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks.

The beach is fully accessible via the Parry Beach Road which winds along the Parry Inlet. There are many facilities including camping, fishing, a boat launching area and public toilets.

The road continues on past the Parry Beach turning to Hillier Beach and Hillier Bay.

Parry Beach Rocks

Parry Beach Picnic, William Bay NP

Always Remember, the Great Southern Ocean coastline is prone to surges, so be extremely aware when climbing, driving or walking close to the waterline.

The nearby beaches of Greens Pool and Elephant Cove are protected by large rocks out to sea and are declared safe for swimming. However, always take care and be aware when near the great southern ocean. Large waves are common. Your safety is your responsibility.

Access:
West: From the Parry Beach Access Ramp, you can walk or drive across Parry Beach and sand dividing the ocean from Parry Inlet and on to Mazzoletti Beach.

SAFETY:
NO SWIMMING. Large waves and rips.

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