Flinders Bay is located to the north east of Cape Leeuwin, and to the south of the township of Augusta.
Home to the mouth of the mighty Blackwood River and playground to many whales on their annual migration.
This beautiful beach in Augusta has a bit of everything. The white sandy beach has granite rock outcrops at the water’s edge, reef and boulders about 50 meters offshore, and a clear sandy bottom in between. There are two small jetties. The foreshore has grass, huge shady trees, picnic tables, a free gas barbecue, a fine children’s playground, outdoor showers and toilets.
About 100 meters west of the bigger jetty you’ll find another sheltered swimming spot with a natural rock barrier to block rough seas. From here there is a concrete path leading to the boat harbour, which is located about 500 meters to the west.