How would you describe beaches on the west coast?
Incredibly blue water and white sand. We have hidden beaches around every corner and you can always find that peaceful spot to sit and watch the day go by.
What’s your favourite?
Being from down south, I love Greens Pool and Elephant Rock in Denmark, WA. I also can’t get enough of snorkelling around Rottnest Island.
When you’re at the beach, where can we find you? At sunset with my umbrella, takeaway, and sitting with my friends, partner and my dog Rhemy!
Are there any hidden West Coast gems we should know about?
It’s so hard to pick just one, but I adore the north west coast, especially Ningaloo reef. I love snorkelling there and seeing the diverse marine life.
What do you love about the beaches in WA?
Nothing beats watching the sun go down over the water.
When you’re at the beach, where are we most likely to find you?
While I love being in the water, I probably spend most of my time on the sand soaking up as much sun as possible.
What’s your favourite spot on the west coast?
My favourite beach would definitely have to be a secluded and untouched beach I was lucky enough to visit up North of Perth in the Port Hedland area on a private station called Mundabullangana.
Do you prefer the sand or the water?
When I’m at the beach you will definitely find me in the water looking for shells, or just enjoying the feeling of the waves and salt water. I have always been a water baby and absolutely love the feeling of swimming through the ocean.
What’s the best thing about the beaches in WA?
The sunsets are to die for. I’ve never seen anything like it.
What’s your favourite beach on the West Coast?
I love Point Perron down in Rockingham. The beach is absolutely stunning and there are many coves and little nooks that are perfect for picnics and photoshoots. It’s always peaceful and hardly anyone ever goes there so it’s always a tranquil experience.
What’s something you always pack in your beach bag?
A picnic blanket and some tanning oil for sun baking.