Dingo beach is out on West Cape Howe in the deep south of Western Australia. You'll need a 4 x 4 to rattle down the approx 15-20 min off road track. Considering the size of some beaches in WA, Dingo's is relatively small. You'll find large granite boulders at either end of the beach, and if you surf and or boog, you'll know these can throw up the odd wedge or 2. At most times of the year it's got squeaky sand underfoot. Follow the signs to Cosy Corner beach and take Torbay Road right to the end. It's nice and protected from a W/SW wind so can be a popular go to spot for the locals in the summer.
|Type of spot||Beach|
|Whats it called?||Dingo Beach|
|Where abouts?||Western Australia|
|Map Link (if its a sensitive spot, no need to map)||https://www.google.com/maps/place/Dingo+Beach/@-35.0877688,117.6361432,16z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x2a39395900134b95:0x4700623ca610df45!8m2!3d-35.0881908!4d117.6394506|
|Type of access||Expert type walk (bring all essentials)|
|Best Season to swim here?||autumn|
|Supplies?||Bring food & Water|
|Costs to swim?||Free|
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