With so much to do and see in the Dongara-Port Denison region, you could be forgiven for not having a go at everything, but you can’t leave without testing the best windsurfing spots Western Australia has to offer. In fact, the Coral Coast is affectionately known as Windy Coast, making Dongara Port Denison the ideal spot to get carried away!

South Beach

With ideal, windy conditions and glorious weather, Dongara’s South Beach is a favourite amongst windsurfers in Western Australia. This beach is popular with windsurfers during the November to March season, and it has easy 2WD and 4WD car access onto the sand and features onsite shower facilities.

Granny’s Beach Port Denison

Consistently strong southerly sea breezes attract windsurfing enthusiasts to this Port Denison gem. While here, why not grab a coffee from the onsite van The Green Beanie and enjoy a slovenly afternoon in the sun after ripping up the waves. There’s also a shaded playground to keep the kids occupied.

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Beaches & Boating

Take in the fresh ocean air on one of our beautiful white sandy beaches. Granny’s Beach Family friendly beach with an outdoor shower, good for swimming and snorkeling. There is a great grassed shaded area with a playground for the kids and an onsite coffee van The Green Beanie. Northshore Beach Perfect for surfing, with […]

Calico Trail

The 4.6km Calico Trail is a great way to kick off the morning. The walk starts at Granny’s Beach, one of the many stunning beaches at the heart of Port Denison, and heads north along Point Leander Drive. Before setting off, you can grab a freshly roasted coffee at The Green Beanie and soak in […]

1912 Heritage building

Culture & Heritage

In 1839, Lieutenant George Grey embarked on a journey, passing through this area and naming one of the rivers he came across “Irwin River’, in honour of his friend Major Irwin who was then Commandant of the Swan River Colony. Grey had been shipwrecked at Gantheaume Bay (near Kalbarri), while exploring the coast at the mouth of the Murchison River.

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